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Angles a,b and c are in ratio of 1:3:2,how many degrees is angle b ?

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Are you serious @hba ??
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I used the formula, Share=indivual ratio*total/sum =3*180/6=90 Right ?

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@waterineyes I am revising some geometry so shutup.
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lol
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@waterineyes Tell me right or wrong ?
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Yeah thanks lol :P
Moreover you can do like this : As you are given with ratio so : Let the angles be : x, 3x and 2x.. Three angles are supplementary, so x + 3x + 2x = 180 Here : x = 30.. So : Angle(b) = 3x = 3*30 = 90 degrees..
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Yeah right sum of angles is 180.
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One more question please @waterineyes ?
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If angles DBA equals 39 degres and angle FBE equals 79,then angle GBC has a measure of |dw:1355992924746:dw|
Are you serious @hba ??
Now I am..
i am sure you know what vertical angles are...
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a small tiny triangle.
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My working looks good :D
looks cut-off, but i am sure it must be correct.
The two lines are not meeting exactly on line AC...
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@waterineyes 62 degrees.
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@hartnn Bs krdo Bs.
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@waterineyes Sahi hai na ?
180 - 118 = 62
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@waterineyes Intelligent...
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Jai ho...
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Just solving one more lol.. Wait lemme put it :)
I have an question.. May I ask here??
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|dw:1355993451067:dw| what's angle x?
As you said, angle x is x only.. Ha ha ha..
I got pi degrees is that right?
Drawing is not to scale..
pi degrees ??
hba, tera post kharab kar rahe hai ye dono, apna khud ka post banane bol...
He is not here.. Ha ha ha.. Try once more..
offline ho gaya banda..
@Kainui can you explain how you got \(\pi\) degrees ??
water, he is just trolling with u.
And I want to get trolled.. Ha ha ha... May be he has a point.. Ha ha ha..
Will you write it today??
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i don't want to live in this planet anymore -_-
also I'm doing a test for this connections do you know all the answers plzzzzzz
Answers ??
yeah, i do, but i won't give :P
nooooooooooooooo what is a tangent line?
A line tangent of which is 1 is called Tangent Line.. Ha ha ha..
the tangent line of tangent is secant squared I'm so lost lol.
A secant of the tangent drawn from tangent to the circle is secant^2 multiplied with the original tangent..
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@waterineyes Mera post kharab karne ka shukria :/
Pleasure is all mine..
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Pleasure...........hmm lol
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