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Answer: It seems you have attempted to upload an image, but it didn’t upload correctly. If you are trying to share a specific triangle angle problem contained within the image, you could describe the problem in text here.
However, I’ll give a general overview of solving triangle angle problems.
General Approach to Triangle Angle Problems:

Understand Triangle Sum Property:

The sum of the internal angles of any triangle is always (180^\circ). This fundamental property can be written as:
\angle A + \angle B + \angle C = 180^\circ


Use Given Information:
 If specific angles or relationships are given, use them to set up equations. For example, if one of the angles is given, you can use that to find the others.

Identify Special Triangles:
 Recognize special triangles such as equilateral (all angles (60^\circ)), isosceles (two equal angles), or right triangles (one angle (90^\circ)).

Use Exterior Angle Theorem (if applicable):

The exterior angle of a triangle is equal to the sum of the two nonadjacent interior angles.
\angle_{\text{exterior}} = \angle \text{nonadjacent 1} + \angle \text{nonadjacent 2}


Solve for Unknown Angles:
 Use algebraic methods to solve for any unknown angles. For example, if you know two angles, subtract their sum from (180^\circ) to find the third angle.
Would you be able to provide more details or successfully upload the image again? This would help me give a more precise and targeted response.