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Re: The lengths of the sides of triangle T are x + 1, 2x, and 3x [#permalink]
16 Jun 2018, 08:15

Carcass wrote:

The lengths of the sides of triangle \(T\) are \(x + 1\), \(2x\), and \(3x\). The sum of the degree measures of the three interior angles of \(T\) is

(A) 6x

(B) 60x

(C) 90

(D) 180

(E) not determinable from the information given

We know that sum of interior angles is 180 for a triangle and finally D and I think there is no relationship between sides and angles for this question.

Re: The lengths of the sides of triangle T are x + 1, 2x, and 3x [#permalink]
16 Jun 2018, 10:53

Expert's post

Yes, you are correct. No relationship is cast. However, the information provided about the sides I do think are there to possibly confusing the students.