If one angle of a parallelogram is 60 degrees, find the number of degrees in each of the remaining 3 angles?
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Question
If one angle of a parallelogram is 60 degrees, find the number of degrees in each of the remaining 3 angles?
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1. User Answers ave8
It would be 100 because 36060=300 then 300 divided by 3 equals 100 
2. User Answers Whovian000000
120, 120, and 60 because all angles in parallelograms add up to 360.
36060=300
30060=240
240/2=120