  Kwebwork / mat2065_1102_spring_2019 gng / chapter 1.1 11Chapter 1.1: Problem 11Previous ProblemProblem ListNext Problem(1 point) The third angle of an isosceles triangle is 8° more than twice as large as each base angle. Fles triangle is 8° more than twice as large as each base angle. Find the measure (in degrees) of each base angle?Preview My AnswersSubmit AnswersYou have attempted this problem 0 times.You have unlimited attempts remainingEmail WeBWorK TAPage generated at 02/02/2019 at 07:49pm ESTWeBWorK © 1996-2019( theme math41 ww version WeBWorK-2 141 pa-version PG-2 14] The WeBworK Proyecthere to search

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Step 1

Since base angle of isosceles triangle is equal so let each base angle = x

So twice of the base angle = 2x

And third angle = 2x + 8

Step 2

Now three angles of given isosceles triangle are x, x, 2x+8

Step 3

Using angle sum property of triangle

x + x + 2x + 8 = 180

4x + 8 ...

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