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The three interior angles in a triangle are x ∘ , (2x+24)∘ and (3x+48)∘ . What is the value of x ?

  • Algebra -

    Use the fact that the sum of the interior angles of a triangle is 180°.
    So
    x+(2x+24)+3x+48)=180.

    Solve for x.

  • Algebra -

    x + (2x+24) + (3x+48) = 180o
    Solve for x.

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