Angle + arithmetic progression - practice problems
Number of problems found: 7
- Angles of a hexagon
Find the interior angles of a hexagon if the sizes of the angles form an arithmetic sequence, and the smallest angle is 70°.
- Sum of inner angles
Prove that the sum of all inner angles of any convex n-angle equals (n-2) . 180 degrees.
Determine the size of the smallest internal angle of a right triangle which angles forming the successive members of the arithmetic sequence.
- Angles in a triangle
The angles of the triangle ABC make an arithmetic sequence with the largest angle γ=83°. What sizes have other angles in a triangle?
Gabo draws n-gon, which angles are consecutive members of an arithmetic sequence. The smallest angle is 70° biggest 170°. How many sides have Gabo's n-gon?
- Angle in RT
Determine the size of the smallest internal angle of a right triangle whose sides constitutes sizes consecutive members of arithmetic progressions.
- Octahedron - sum
On each wall of a regular octahedron is written one of the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, wherein on different sides are different numbers. For each wall John make the sum of the numbers written of three adjacent walls. Thus got eight sums, which also
Angle practice problems. Arithmetic progression - practice problems.