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The measure of an exterior angle of a triangle is 75 degrees. If one of the non-adjacent interior angles measures 28 degrees, what is the number of degrees in the other non-adjacent interior angle?

 Jun 6, 2018

We can use the Exterior Angle Theorem to  solve this


75  = 28  +  x       subtract 28 from both sides


47°   = x   =  the measure of the other  non-adjacent  interior  angle



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 Jun 6, 2018

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