Q: What is the measure for the third angle if you have 54 degrees and 36 degrees?

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A whole angle is 360 degrees so the measure of a 35% angle is 126 degrees. The complement (not compliment) of this angle would have a measure of 90 - 126 = minus 36 degrees.

36 and 54 degrees.

Providing that it's a regular decagon then each exterior angle will measure 36 degrees

Each exterior angle measures 36 degrees Each interior angle measures 144 degrees

It is: 90-36 = 54 degrees

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If that's a triangle, the third angle is 90 degrees.

A whole angle is 360 degrees so the measure of a 35% angle is 126 degrees. The complement (not compliment) of this angle would have a measure of 90 - 126 = minus 36 degrees.

36 and 54 degrees.

Providing that it's a regular decagon then each exterior angle will measure 36 degrees

Let first angle be "A", second angle "B" and third angle "C", then C = B - 5 A = 3B + 5 But "A" + "B" + "C" must rqual 180 Substitue for "A" and "C" and we get 3B + 5 + B + B - 5 = 180 5B = 180 or B = 36 degrees Therefore A = 3 x 36 + 5 = 113 degrees and C = 31 degrees Verification: A + B + C = 113 + 36 + 31 = 180

360/36 = 10 degrees

Providing that it's a regular decagon then each exterior angle will measure 36 degrees

36 degrees

170 degrees

54 degrees

Each exterior angle measures 10 degrees Each interior angle measures 170 degrees

Each exterior angle measures 36 degrees Each interior angle measures 144 degrees