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nyancatlovesyou
A right triangle has one angle that measures 16degrees What are the measures of the other two angles?
Because this is a right triangle then one of the angles must be a right angle and the sum of the other two angles must be 90 degrees. If one of the angles is 16 degrees just subtract that from 90 to get 74 degrees. So your three angles are 16, 74 and 90
In a triangle the sum of interior angles is 180 degrees her it's a right triangle, so one angle is 90, the other angle given measures 16 degrees, let the third angle be x sum of all three is 180 16+90+x=180 x=74 degrees
nyancatlovesyou did you get it?
One is 90, other is 74.
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