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Q: What is the missing angle of a triangle with a 35 degrees angle and 110 degrees angle?

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An obtuse triangle will have an angle of 110 degrees with 2 different acute angles that all add up to 180 degrees.

The 3 angles of a triangle always add up to 180 degrees. You have 110 and 43, so that is 153 degrees. Subtract 153 from 180, and that is the remaining angle.

If that is the angles of a triangle then the 3rd angle is 110 degrees

21 An angle of 110 degrees is an obtuse angle.

The 3rd angle has to be 110 degrees therefore it is an obtuse triangle

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An obtuse triangle will have an angle of 110 degrees with 2 different acute angles that all add up to 180 degrees.

a scalene triangle

As the third angle must be 42 degrees, it is a scalene triangle.

It is an obtuse triangle

35 and 110 degrees (180 degrees in a triangle)

The 3 angles of a triangle always add up to 180 degrees. You have 110 and 43, so that is 153 degrees. Subtract 153 from 180, and that is the remaining angle.

The answer depends on what the angle is missing from!

Use the fact that the sum of all three angles in a triangle is 180 degrees.

If that is the angles of a triangle then the 3rd angle is 110 degrees

21 An angle of 110 degrees is an obtuse angle.

35+35=70 180-70=110 Answer: 110 degrees

The 3rd angle has to be 110 degrees therefore it is an obtuse triangle

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