
Angles
i. Angles A, B, and C are the angles in a triangle. Angle B is 4 times as big as angle A, and angle C is 36 degrees more than angle A. Find the measure of angle A in degrees.
ii. The measure of the larger of the acute angles in a right triangle is 3 degrees less than 5 times the measure of the smaller. Find the measure of the smaller angle.

Can you please show your work on these 2 problems:
hard to know how to help if you don't...

I agree with Wilmer.
But here's how I would start:
i. Let angle A be $\displaystyle x$ degrees
Angle B is four times as big as $\displaystyle x$ (angle A) so would be $\displaystyle 4x$ degrees
Angle C is 36 more than angle A, so is $\displaystyle x+36$ degrees
Angles in a triangle have to add up to $\displaystyle 180$.
So Angle A + Angle B + Angle C = 180
So how would you finish?
ii. Follow the same principle as i. but this time, a diagram would probably make things clearer.