It is no trouble for me at all. I like solving problems. But I hope you are trying to solve them too.

cooljackiec

2013-03-15 13:32:58

thanks. i hope it was no trouble for you to solve these problems

bob bundy

2013-03-14 19:45:04

hi cooljackiec

The exterior angles of any polygon add up to 360.

3+4+5=12

360/12 = 30

so exteriors are 90:120:150

Bob

bobbym

2013-03-14 14:20:35

Hi;

I am getting 30°

cooljackiec

2013-03-14 13:47:09

Thanks, i get it now.

What is the measure (in degrees) of the smallest interior angle of a triangle in which the exterior angle measures have the ratio 3:4:5?

bobbym

2013-03-14 13:11:14

Hi cooljackiec;

I am getting 90°.

cooljackiec

2013-03-14 11:25:52

hlep!

One interior angle of a triangle has a measure that is equal to the sum of the measures of the other two angles of the triangle. What is the measure of the smallest exterior angle of the triangle in degrees?