Find the 9

Find the missing angle in the triangle and then name triangle. Angles are: 95, 2x+15, x+3


x =  22.333
A =  95 °
B =  59.666 °
C =  25.333 °



3x = 67

x = 673 ≈ 22.333333

Calculated by our simple equation calculator.
A=95=95A=95=95 ^\circ
B=2 x+15=2 22.3333+15=59.666=59.666=593958"B=2 \cdot \ x+15=2 \cdot \ 22.3333+15=59.666=59.666 ^\circ =59^\circ 39'58"
C=x+3=22.3333+3=25.333=25.333=251959"C=x+3=22.3333+3=25.333=25.333 ^\circ =25^\circ 19'59"

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