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The angles of a triangle are in arithmetic progression, and the difference between the largest and smallest angle is 42 degrees. What are the three angles?
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The angles in a triangle have measures x, x + 10, and y.
The angles in a second triangle have measures x + y, 40, and 50.
The angles in a third triangle have measures x – y, 40, and z.
What is the value of z?
Two of the angles of a triangle are 45 degrees and 30 degrees. The altitude from the third angle has length 15 units. What is the triangle's area?
Segment AD is drawn in triangle ABC, with D on side BC. Given the following information, determine the measure of angle ADB.
measure of angle BAD = x
measure of angle CAD = 2x
measure of angle ADC = 2y
measure of angle ABD = y
measure of angle ACD = x + y
In the diagram shown,
m ∠DCF = 80
m ∠ACF = 30
m ∠FBD = 50.
If segment BF bisects ∠ABD, find m ∠BAC.
In the diagram displayed, the triangle splits the rectangle into three similar triangles. Find the value of AD2 divided by the product of DE and EC.
The angles in a triangle have measures x2 - 5, 2x + 18, and x + 37. What is the measure of the largest angle in the 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?
The measures of the angles in a triangle are all two digit numbers, and two of them end in 3. Exactly two of them contain the digit 4. None of the angle measures are multiples of three. What are the measures of the angles?
The angles of a triangle meet the following criteria:
- All the angle measures are prime numbers.
- All the angle measures are distinct.
- Exactly two of my angle measures are palindromic.
- The difference between my two largest angle measures is a two digit number x.
- One of the digits of x is twice the other digit.
In a triangle, the angles measures are: 3x + 44, x, and 2x - 20. In a second triangle, two of the angle measures are x + 20 and 2x - 5. What is the measure of the third angle?