# Angles in a Triangle

Pro Problems > Math > Geometry > Triangles## Angles in a Triangle

In a triangle, the measure of the largest angle is 12 less than the sum of the measures of the other two angles. The largest angle is also 52 more than the twice the middle angle decreased by three times the smallest angle. What is the largest angle measure?

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