Q: How do you find the missing angles of a triangle with one?

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Having sufficient angles or sides one can use either, The Law of Sines, or, The Law of Cosines. Google them.

the sum of the measures of the interior angles of any triangle equals 180*. the two base angles in an isoceles triangle are equal to each other so if you have the measure of one of the two base angles, then you know the other. so for example, if one base angle equals 36, then the equation to find the missing angles would be 36+36+x=180 when solved x=108, which would be the non base angle

It depends on whether X is the missing side, one of the angles or some other measure of the triangle.

In a right triangle, all the angle measurements together add up to be 180 degrees. And since it is a right triangle, one of the three angles is 90 degrees so if you are given one of the angles other than the right angle's measurements, you can find the angle measurements. Here's an example: There is a right triangle. One angle measures to be 45 degrees. What is the missing angle measure? Well we know that one angle must be 90 degrees and the other (as we were told) is 45 degrees. 90+45=135 and we know that a right triangle=180 degrees total and 180-135= 45. The missing angle is equal to 45 degrees! hope this makes sense and it helped.

At each vertex of a triangle, an exterior angle of the triangle may be formed by extending ONE SIDE of the triangle.

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The total of the three interior angles in a triangle is 180 degrees. if you know two of the angles, subtract them from 180 and that gives you the third angle.

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Since the sum of the internal angles of a plane triangle is 180 degrees, the measure of the missing angle is 65 degrees. 180 - 74 - 41 = 65 degrees.

The answer is always 180 degrees.

I don't think there is a formula if you only know one angle measure. Use a protractor.

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None. An acute triangle is one in which all angles are acute. An obtuse triangle is one in which one of the angles is obtuse. A right angled triangle is one in which one angle is a right angle (90o)

there are 60 degrees in one of the angles in an equilateral triangle

If one of the angles is 90 degrees then it is right ange triangle If one of the angles is obtuse then it is an obtuse triangle If the three angles are 3 different acute then it is a scalene triangle If two of the angles are equal then it is an isosceles triangle If the three angles are equal then it is an equilateral triangle

One example would be a triangle. A triangle has three angles.

a right triangle has one right angle and two acute angles

The answer depends on what information you do have about the triangle: the lengths of the other two sides, or the hypotenuse (longest side) and one of the acute angles, or the other leg and one of the acute angles, etc.