Q. 285.0( 4 Votes )

In ΔABC, if A + B = 125° and A + C = 113°, then A = ?
A. (62.5°)

B. (56.5)°

C. 58°

D. 63°

Answer :

A + B + C = 180


C = 180 – 125 = 55o


A + C =113o


A =113 – 55 =58o

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