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 Question 491841: two angles are complementary. one is 6 less than twice the other. find both angles Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 491820: If the complement of an angle is 27° less than one-half of its supplement, find the measure of the angle. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 492125: The average (arithmetic mean) of the measures of angle x, its complementary angle, and its supplementary angle is 80 degrees. what is the measure of the complement of angle x? It would also help if you could explain how to get the answer. Click here to see answer by lwsshak3(6770)

 Question 492299: if the measure of an angle is represented by 4x, the measure of its supplement is represented by what Click here to see answer by nerdybill(7011)

 Question 492367: The measure of the supplement of and angle is 6 times the measure of its complement. What is the measure of the angle, its supplement, and its complement? Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 492283: If the measure of angle 2 is equal to the measure of angle 6 and angle 6 equals "X" degrees. Then what is the measure of angle 3 if angle 2 + angle 6 + angle 3 = 180 degrees? Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 492281: if angle x and angle y are complementary, and angle x and angle z are supplementary, which of the following is true? a - angle x + angle z = 270 b - 2(angle x) = angle y + angle z c - angle z - angle x = 90 d - angle z - angle y = 90 e - angle y + angle z = 180 Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 492119: if angle x and angle y are complementary and angle x and angle z are supplementary, which is true? Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 492261: On a number line, the coordinates of A, B, C, and D are 5.01, square root of 29.32, 6, and square root of 42.36 respectively, find AC + CD - AB. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 492235: Find the measure of an angle whose supplement is five times as large as its complement. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 492232: Three times the measure of a supplement of an angle is eight times the measure of a complement of the angle. Find the angles. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 492162: The supplement of an angle measures 32 degrees more than twice its complement. Find the measure of the angle. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 492157: If the measure of angle x and the measure of angle y are complementary, and the measure of angle x and the measure of angle z are supplementary how do you find the measure of angle x? It would help if you could please explain how to do the problem Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 492123: the average of the measures of angle x, its complementary angle, and supplementary angle are 80 degrees. what is the measure of angle x. and why Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 492465: Find angle m when m is 20 more than 4 times it's supplement Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 492506: Angle ABD=5x, Angle BDE=(17x-18). Both angles are supplementary. Find the measures of both angles. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 492505: An angle measures three times the measure of its supplementary angle. Find the measure of both angles. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 492528: Angle ABD=(12x-12), Angle BDE=(3x+48). Both are supplementary. Find the measures of both angles. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 492555: An Archaeologist wants to find the height AB of a rock formation . She places a marker at C and steps off the distance from C to B . The she walks the same distance from C and places a marker at D . If DE = 6.3m , what is AB ? Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 492585: What is the measurement of a supplementary angle that is 20 degrees more than 3 times it's size? What are the measurements of the angles? Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 492595: Two angles are supplementary and one angle has a measure that is third of the other angle. Find the measure of both angles. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 492667: Two angles are supplementary. One measures 6 less than 5 times the angle of the right triangle. What are the values of the two angles? Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 492629: The supplement of an angle is 126 more than twice the complenment of the same angle. Find the measure of the angle, its supplement and its complenment. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 492625: Twenty more than the supplementary of an angle is three times its complenment. Find the measure of the angle, its supplement and its complenment. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 492619: Five times the supplementary of an angle is 630 more than its complementary. Find the measure of the angle, its supplementary and its complenmentary. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 492770: what is the measurement of the compliment of an angle that measures 80 degrees? Click here to see answer by stanbon(57984)

 Question 492767: if m<1 is twice m <2, what is m<1? Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 492768: if m<4=126degrees, what is the sum of m<6 and m<7? Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 492843: Angles A and B are complementary angles. Determine the measures of angles A and B if angle A is four times the size of angle B. Click here to see answer by nerdybill(7011)

 Question 493159: If an angle measures xdegrees, how can we represent its supplement? Thanks. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 493078: the measure of one angle is three times the measure of its compliment.find the measure of each angle. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 493166: the measure of the angle is thirty degrees more than one-fourth the measure of it's supplement Click here to see answer by stanbon(57984)
 Question 493166: the measure of the angle is thirty degrees more than one-fourth the measure of it's supplement Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 493383: The measure of an angle's complement is 17 more than the measure of the angle. Find the measure of the angle and its complement. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 493379: THe expressions 3x+1 and x+3 represent the length of two sides of a regular hexagon. FInd the value of x. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 493376: The ray BC bisects angle ABD and m angle ABD is 42 degrees. What is the measure of angle ABC? Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 493319: find the measure of an angle if its measure is equal to that of its supplement. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 493323: The question is: (word question) "Two angles are complementary. The measure of one angle is 21 more than twice the measure of the other angle. Find the measures of the angles." What I did: (not so good with word questions) Complementary = 90 degrees. I was going to try the way I learned in class today, using estimation. The only problem was that my teacher did not explain anything using the word "twice" and what to do. This throws me way off course. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 493303: A 40 in board is to be cut into three peices so that the second piece is twice as long as the first piece and the third piece is 5 times as long as the first piece. Find the lentghs of all three pieces. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 493299: One angle of a triangle measures 10 degrees more than the smallest angle, and the third angle measures 10 degrees less than twice the smallest angle. Find the measures of the angles. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)