# What do the angles in a triangle add up to?

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The angles in a triangle add up to a total of 180 degrees - whatever triangle you draw, it is not possible to have one where the angles don't add up to precisely this, which is quite interesting when you actually think about it - that is when you are using two planes of course, if you draw a triangle on a sphere and add up the angles you might get confused but hey let's stick to Euclidian geometry!

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