Angle Sum Property of a Triangle
If the angles of a triangle are in the ratio 2:3:5, then find the smallest angle.
In the given figure, the value of 'x' and 'y' is:
- X=45∘, Y=75∘
- X=30∘, Y=55∘
- X=45∘, Y=30∘
- X=60∘, Y=75∘
A triangle with all the three angles less than 60 degree is possible.
Consider a right angled triangle ABC, right angled at B. Length of AC = 5 cm. ∠A = 37∘. The sides of triangles are integers. Then, find the sum of the magnitudes of AB, BC and ∠C.
Magnitude is defined as the absolute value. Example: If ∠A is 60 degree then, its magnitude is 60; and if length AB = 45 cm, then magnitude of AB = 45.
A triangle with two right angles is possible.
Two angles of a triangle are 50∘ and 70∘. The third angle is:
A triangle can have all the three angles greater than 60∘.
A triangle with two obtuse angles is possible.