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Given a triangle the middle size angle measures 8 degrees more than twice the smaller angle. The middle size angle measures 44 degrees less than the sum of the smallest and largest angle. Find the measure of each angle of the triangle.

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    A triangle has one angle that measures 64 degrees, one angle that measures 47 degrees, and one angle that measures 69 degrees.

    What kind of triangle is it?

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