# The sum of two angles in a triangle totals 62.5 degrees. What is the other angle's measure?

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In a triangle, the sum of all three interior angles is always 180 degrees. If the sum of two angles is 62.5 degrees, then the measure of the third angle can be found by subtracting 62.5 degrees from 180 degrees. Therefore, the measure of the third angle is 180 degrees - 62.5 degrees = 117.5 degrees.

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