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the angles of a triangle are arranged in asscending order of magnitude. if the diffrence between two consecutive angles is 10degree ,find all the three triangles

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    let the angles be
    x-10 , x , x+10

    x-10+x+x+10 = 180
    3x = 180
    x = 60

    angles are 50,60, and 70

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