Two angles in triangle PQR are congruent, ∠P and ∠Q; ∠R measures 26.35°. What is the measure of ∠P? 127.3°

Two angles in triangle PQR are congruent, ∠P and ∠Q; ∠R measures 26.35°. What is the measure of ∠P?

127.3°

153.65°

26.35°

76.825°

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  1. The measure of angle P as well as angle Q is 76.825. Hence, option D is correct.

    What is an angle?

    When two lines converge at a point, they produce an angle. The word “angle” refers to the length of the “gap” between these two rays. The symbol is used to denote it.
    Radians, a unit of roundness or rotation, and degrees are the 2 most common units used to measure angles. In daily life, angles are present.
    As per the given data from the question,
    Angle P and Q are congruent and,
    Angle, ∠R = 26.35°
    Suppose ∠P = a
    The sum of all the three angles of a triangle is 180°.
    x + x + 26.35° = 180°
    2x = 180° – 26.35°
    x = 76.825°.
    Therefore, ∠P will be equal to 76.825°.
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