The side of a triangle are in the ratio 5:6:3. Find the smallest and biggest angle?

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Dolly P

7 months ago

7 months ago

Sum of angles in a triangle=180 degrees

Ratio=5:6:3

Summation= 5+6+3=14

First angle = 5/14x180=64.3 degree

Second angle= 6/14x180=77.1 degree

Third angle= 3/14x180=38.6 degree

Therefore,the biggest angle is 77.1 degree

while the smallest is 38.6 degree

Ratio=5:6:3

Summation= 5+6+3=14

First angle = 5/14x180=64.3 degree

Second angle= 6/14x180=77.1 degree

Third angle= 3/14x180=38.6 degree

Therefore,the biggest angle is 77.1 degree

while the smallest is 38.6 degree

7 months ago

First of all Note that if the size of a side of a triangle corresponds with the angle opposing that side.

In other words, the angle facing the triangle side that is 6. Is the biggest, while the one facing side 3 is the smallest.

First of all I'll attach the value of the sides of the triangle to an actual triangle BELOW.