If one angle in an isosceles triangle is 16 degrees more than twice the measure of one of the equal angles, what is the measure of each angle?
If one angle measure in a right triangle is 38 degrees, what is the measure of the other angles?
If the angles of a triangle are x, x, and 2x + 16, what does x equal, and what is the measure of each angle?
What is an easy way of solving 4x + 16 = 180?
If the angles of a triangle are 38, 90, and x, what does x equal?
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This lesson introduces right triangles and goes through two more problems where you need to write and solve an equation to find the measures of the angles in the triangle. All steps involved in finding the angles measures in the triangles are explained.