# Triangle angles

The angles α, β, γ in triangle ABC are in the ratio 6:2:6. Calculate size of angles.

α =  77.1 °
β =  25.7 °
γ =  77.1 °

### Step-by-step explanation:

$\alpha =18{0}^{\circ }\cdot \frac{6}{6+2+6}=77.1\text{°}$
$\beta =18{0}^{\circ }\cdot \frac{2}{6+2+6}=25.7\text{°}$
$\gamma =18{0}^{\circ }\cdot \frac{6}{6+2+6}=77.1\text{°}$ Did you find an error or inaccuracy? Feel free to write us. Thank you! Tips to related online calculators
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