Question A triangle has one angle that is three times the size of another, and a third angle that is 16degrees smaller than the larger of the previous two angles. What is the measure of each angle?

Answer: 26, 68 and 84 Step-by-step explanation: Let the angle that is three times smaller than another be X. Since the angle sum of a triangle is 180 degrees, we can form the following equation: X + 3X + (3X- 16) = 180 Now we can simplify this equation: 7X – 16 = 180 7X = 196 (add 16 to both sides) X = 196/7 X = 28 Therefore, the smallest angle is 28 degrees. And from here we can figure out the other angles as they are 3×28 and 3×28 – 16. So the three angles are 28 degrees, (3×28-16) 68 degrees, and (3×28) 84 degrees. Reply

The answers are 26 68 84

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