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In a right triangle, the middle angle is 12 more than twice the smallest angle. What are the measures of the smallest and middle angles?

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    If a is the smallest angle,

    a + 2a+12 = 90
    3a = 78
    a = 26

    so, the angles are 26, 64, 90

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