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One-Variable Equations

Analyzing One-Variable Relationships in Context

It's given that the sum of all interior angles in a pentagon is Therefore, we can write an equation that adds all of the angles together and that is equal to Note that the right angle measures Solving this equation for will give us the measure of the unknown angle.
Now, we can determine the measures of the other angles.
Given Angle Calculate

Therefore, the angles in the pentagon are and