# SOLUTION: One angle in a triangle is four times as great as a second angle. The third angle measures 5 degrees more than twice the second angle. Find the measures of the angles.

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Angles Question 342798: One angle in a triangle is four times as great as a second angle. The third angle measures 5 degrees more than twice the second angle. Find the measures of the angles. Found 2 solutions by Kartik-The Math specialist, unlockmath:Answer by Kartik-The Math specialist(4)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Let the 2nd angle be x. 1st angle = 4x 3rd angle = 2x+5 ATQ {2x+5}+x+4x=180 7x=175 x=25 Angles=4x,2x+5,x =100,55,25. OH YEAH!!!!!!IF U HAVE GOT ANY QUESTION.....CUM TO ME I HAVE SOLUTIONS 4 EACH AND EVERY PROBLEM BCOZX I M THE BEST Answer by unlockmath(1614)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Hello, We can let x represent the second angle. Also we know every triangle has 180 degrees so the equation will look like: x + 4x + (2x+5) = 180 Combine like terms and subtract 5 from both sides to get: 7x=175 Now divide both sides by 7 to result in: x=25 degrees for the second angle Other two angles are: 100 and 55 degrees. Make sense? RJ www.math-unlock.comn