20 February, 06:55
What is the measure of the missing angle?
20 February, 08:04
Since I don't know what angles you do have i will explain the process look below.
1.) A triangle will always equal 180 Degrees
a.) Example: 95 degrees and 22 degrees
2.) Therefore you add the two messured angles you have
3.) Next you subtract the sum of both angles from 180 degrees
4.) Therefore the missing degree is found
d.) missing degree = 63
20 February, 08:07
it depends on what shape it is for example a triangle is 180 and a straight line is 180
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