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Q: What type of triangle is 28 degree's 110 degree's and 42 degree's?

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The sum of the internal angles of a triangle is 180 degrees. Since you know this is a right-angled triangle, you know that one side is 90 degrees. If the other angle is 28 degrees, then you know that the remaining angle must be 180 - 90 - 28 = 62 degrees.

If the sides are 10cm, 17cm and 21cm, the three angles are approx 28, 53 and 99 degrees. It is an obtuse angled triangle.

110 ÷ 28 = 3 with remainder 26.

28 degrees

That's an isosceles triangle.

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

The sum of the internal angles of a triangle is 180 degrees. Since you know this is a right-angled triangle, you know that one side is 90 degrees. If the other angle is 28 degrees, then you know that the remaining angle must be 180 - 90 - 28 = 62 degrees.

It is 90-28 = 62 degrees

the total sum of the angles of a triangle should total 180 degrees so 35+28= 63 180 - 63= 117 X= 117 degrees

The third angle is 93 degrees

28% of 110 = 30.8

The other 2 angles are c 62 and 90 degrees

the answer is 68 degrees

The other two angles could be 76-76 or they could be 28-124 .

If the sides are 10cm, 17cm and 21cm, the three angles are approx 28, 53 and 99 degrees. It is an obtuse angled triangle.

110 ÷ 28 = 3 with remainder 26.

It will be 62 degrees because 90-28 = 62

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