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Plug the two angles into the formula and use algebra: a + b + c = 180° a + b + c = 180 ° 37° + 24° + c = 180° 37 ° + 24 ° + c = 180 ° 61° + c = 180° 61 ° + c = 180 ° c = 119° c = 119 ° Triangle Angle Formula Let's draw a triangle and label its interior

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Finding an Angle in a Right Angled Triangle

Is it possible to find the angles of an acute triangle with only one known angle and no known side? Eugene Brennan (author) from Ireland on April 29, 2020: Use the simple formula: area = 1/2 the base x height. Multiply both

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How to Find the Missing Angle of a Triangle (Video & Examples)

This formula can be written as θ+360x and θ+2πx, where θ is your original angle and x is the amount of times you need to rotate. If your original angle was 52°, adding 360°