Q. 54.4( 7 Votes )

How many triangle

Answer :

It is given that the triangle has its angles as 53°, 64°, and 63°.


Upon adding these, we get


Sum of the three angles = 53° + 64° + 63°


Sum of the three angles = 180° - - - - (i)


We know, that the sum of all the angles of a triangle is equal to 180°.


Also, from (i), we find out that the sum of the given angles of the triangle is equal to 180°.


Thus, infinite number of triangles can be drawn having angles as 53°, 64°, and 63°.


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