# Geometry

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list the sides in order from shortest to longest in angle ABC,with A=80 ,Q =3x+5 , and C =5x-1

• Geometry -

Is this the exact wording of your problem? Are you looking at a picture?

An angle doesn't have 'sides'.

Two lines or rays form an angle.

Where are you getting three sides?

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