Which of the following is the correct equation used to solve for the measure of each angle? OA. mangle A−mangle B−mangle C=180∘ O B. mangle A+mangle B

Wotzdorfg 2020-10-27 Answered

Which of the following is the correct equation used to solve for the measure of each angle? OA.
mAmBmC=180 O B. mA+mBmC=180 O c. mAmB+mC=180 O D. mA+mB+mC=180
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(i) 170
(1) 7
(1) 5
(1) 5
(1) 5
(1) 5

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Answered 2020-10-28 Author has 96 answers
You need to show the picture to solve this. IF angle A, B, and C are all interior angles of a triangle, then the answer is D.
The sum of interior angles of a triangle equal 180
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