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    What type triangle has angles in ratio 2:3:7

    What type triangle has angles in ratio 2:3:7 ? Ans: obtuse
    How did they get that ?
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    Re: What type triangle has angles in ratio 2:3:7

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNoob View Post
    What type triangle has angles in ratio 2:3:7 ? Ans: obtuse
    How did they get that ?
    2x+3x+7x = 180

    12x = 180

    x = 15

    30 deg, 45 deg, 105 deg
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    Re: What type triangle has angles in ratio 2:3:7

    Thank you for sharing this answer..
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    Re: What type triangle has angles in ratio 2:3:7

    Ahhh these freshmen :-D
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