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**Hint :-**Using the ratio, find the individual angels in terms of k .Now using sum of angles of triangle is 180° find the value of k and actual value of angles

Ans :- 50°,60° and 70°

## The correct answer is: Therefore 50°,60° and 70° are the angles of the triangle which satisfy the condition.

### Explanation :-

Given angles are in the ratio 5:6:7

Step 1:- Find angles in terms of k and find k

The angles are 5k ,6k and 7 k respectively

We know Sum of angles of triangle is 180°

5k +6k+7k = 180

18 k = 180

K = 10°

Step 2:- Find the actual angles of triangle

5k = 5×10 = 50°

6k = 6×10 = 60°

7k = 7×10 = 70°

Therefore 50°,60° and 70° are the angles of the triangle which satisfy the condition .

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