lala365
how do you find the measure of a triangle?
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well, you need to be a bit more specific. The measure of an angle? the measure of a side?
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how do i find the measure to the ones i dont know?
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the measure of the angles
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*just clarifying, it looks like this?? |dw:1354675062406:dw|
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all the angles of a triangle added together are 180 degrees. so if you add 85 and 40 together, then you know that the measure of angle 1 = 180-125 so, angle 1 equals...?
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55
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but what about angles 2 and 3?
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would i have to add 55 and 55 together and subtract to get angle 3?