If two angles in a triangle measure 35 degrees and 47 degrees, what is the value of the third angle?
Detailed Explanation
The interior angles of a triangle must add up to 180 degrees. 180 – 35 – 47 = 98 degrees. Thus, the last angle in the triangle must be 98 degrees.
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