### Video Transcript

In the given figure, find the
measure of the exterior angle, angle πΆ.

If we look at the diagram, we can
observe that we are given the measures of two of the interior angles of this
triangle π΄π΅πΆ. The measure of angle π΄ is 50
degrees, and the measure of angle π΅ is 55 degrees. We need to calculate the measure of
this exterior angle at πΆ, which is given as π₯.

The most efficient way to answer
this question is to recall the property that the measure of any exterior angle of a
triangle is equal to the sum of the measures of the opposite interior angles. This means that since π΄ and π΅ are
the opposite interior angles to the exterior angle at πΆ, we can say that π₯ is
equal to 50 degrees plus 55 degrees. This gives us an answer of 105
degrees.

Alternatively, we couldβve used the
fact that the three interior angles in the triangle add up to 180 degrees. We could therefore write that the
measure of this interior angle π΅πΆπ΄ is equal to 180 degrees subtract 50 degrees
plus 55 degrees. This gives 75 degrees. We would then need to perform
another calculation using the fact that the sum of these two angles at the vertex πΆ
must be 180 degrees, because they lie on a straight line. So π₯ would be equal to 180 degrees
subtract 75 degrees, and that would give us an answer of 105 degrees. Either method gives us the answer
of 105 degrees.