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Sum of two angles of a quadrilateral in the
ratio 1:3 is 200°. If the other two angles of the
quadrilateral are equal, find all the four angles of
the quadrilateral. Also, find the measure of all the
exterior angles.​


Answered by atharvashukla2307


The sum of the measures of the interior angles of any quadrilateral can be found by breaking the quadrilateral into 2 triangles.

Since, the measure of the interior angles of any triangle equals 180 degrees,



Each of the two triangles will contribute 180 degrees to the total for the quadrilateral.

Sum of angles of quadrilateral

= b+(a+p)+q+(r+c)=a+b+c+p+q+r=180+180


=4 right angles

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