180-120-35 = 25 degrees
If the numbers mentioned in the question (14, 25, and 141) are referencing the angle measurements in degrees, then this is an obtuse scalene triangle.
Yes and the 3rd angle would be 90 degrees
Sum of all the angles in the triangle has to be 180 degrees. Let's mark the largest angle as x. Then, smallest angle will be 0.5x and the middle one x-25. x + 0.5x +x - 25 = 180, which is after simplyfying: 2.5x = 205 x = 82 degrees -> the largest angle, x-25 = 57 degrees -> middle one, 0.5x = 41 degrees -> the smallest angle.
Those triangles with 25 and 90 degree angles are called right angle triangle.
It is an isosceles triangle if 2 sides measure 25 feet and the other side measures 10 feet
Complementary angles total 90° . If 25° is one angle then its complementry angle measures 90 - 25 = 65°
The angle of depression is the same as the angle of elevation because they are alternate angle so use the tangent ratio:- 10*tan(25) = 4.663076582 or 4.663 yards to 3 decimal places
This is not a triangle. The internal angles of a triangle add to 180°.79 + 7 + 25 = 111° therefore this can only be an open shape.Assuming that only one angle has been incorrectly measured then the correct combinations of angles would be :-79 + 7 + 94 = 180 : 79 + 76 + 25 = 180 or 148 + 7 + 25 = 180
If they are the angles of a triangle then the missing angle is 116 degrees
If the two expressions given for the vertex angle are to be the same number, 6x + 8 = 9x -25; then 3x = 25 + 8 = 33 and x = 11. Therefore, the vertex angle is 6(11) + 8 = 74. The two base angles of an isosceles triangle must be the same and the three angles of the triangle must sum to 180. Therefore, calling the unknown base angle y, 2y + 74 = 180, or y equals 53.
It must be 65 degrees because there are 180 degrees in a triangle. 90+25+65 = 180
Length of sides is irrelevant. Angles are ((180 - 40)/2) ie 70o
if you are asking about a triangle, the remaining angle is 105 degrees
Two segments cannot form a triangle.
We know that a right triangle is a triangle having a right angle, where the side opposite the right angle is the hypotenuse, and the perpendicular sides are the legs of the right triangle. The Pythagorean theorem gives the relationship between the lengths of the sides of a right triangles. In the case where you know only the measure lengths of the sides of a triangle, you need to test these measures. If one of the sides of the triangle has a square measure equal to the sum of the square measures of two other sides, then this side is called the hypotenuse and opposite to this side is a 90 degree angle, which is a right angle. So, you can say that this triangle is a right triangle. Pythagorean triple are very helpful to determine a right triangle, such as: (3, 4, 5), (5,12,13), (8, 15, 17), (7, 24, 25), and (20, 21, 29).
x + (3x) + (x + 55) = 1805x + 55 = 1805x = 125x = 25 . . . 3x = 75 . . . x+55 = 80Check . . . 25 + 75 + 80 = 180 yay!
If the side opposite a 30 degree angle in a right triangle is 12.5 meters, the hypotenuse is: 25 meters.25 meters
Each interior angle measures 1710 25' 42.86''
Each interior angle measures 165.6 degrees
If its other two angles are 25 degrees and 90 degrees then it is a right angle triangle.
No because the sides don't comply with Pythagoras' theorem for a right angle triangle.
Yes because the 3rd angle will be 90 degrees which is a right angle