Q: What are the angles of a triangle that has sides of 123 cm 97 cm and 79 cm?

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Let the angles be A B C and their opposite sides be a b c then by using the trigonometrical cosine rule the first two angles work out as 39.93 degrees and 88.05 degrees then deduct those angles from 180 degrees to find the third angle which will be 52.02 degrees.

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

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My age is not dependent on your age! I will be 123 you will be 79.

All of the angles in a triangle add up to 180, so if one angel was 34, and another angle was 67, than the mystery angle would be 79. I got that because 180-(a+b)=c. 34 is a, and 67 is b.

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Let the angles be A B C and their opposite sides be a b c then by using the trigonometrical cosine rule the first two angles work out as 39.93 degrees and 88.05 degrees then deduct those angles from 180 degrees to find the third angle which will be 52.02 degrees.

A scalene triangle would have angles of the given sizes.

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

It is a scalene triangle that would have the given angles.

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What is a 79 degree of a third angle of a triangle

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My age is not dependent on your age! I will be 123 you will be 79.

All of the angles in a triangle add up to 180, so if one angel was 34, and another angle was 67, than the mystery angle would be 79. I got that because 180-(a+b)=c. 34 is a, and 67 is b.

A triangle with side a: 70, side b: 79, and side c: 97 units has an area of 2,730.89 square units.

Hexagon has 6 sides. Each measures 79 cm ⇒ Perimeter = 6 x 79 cm = 474 cm

Area is measured in square units, so the triangle's area would be 79 square meters.Assuming you meant that the triangle has "an area of 79 square meters", then:area_triangle = 1/2 x base x heightâ‡’ height = 2 x area_triangle Ã· base= 2 x 79 m2 Ã· 10 m= 15.8 m