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 Question 493259: How do you find the measures of two complementary angles? m m Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 493229: An angle's measure is twice the measure of it's complement. The larger is how many degrees greater than the smaller angle? ............ And just so I don't have to write a whole new mail, this is the only other one.......... The supplement of an angle is 36 degrees less than twice the supplement of the complement of the angle. Find the measure of the suplement? Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 493223: triangle PQR with vertices p(-6,-3), Q(1,-1), R(1,-5). Find the perimeter each polygon Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 493213: The measure of an angle is 30 more than it's complement. Find the measure of the angle and it's complement Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 493197: You have to find the measure of each angle.. The measure of one angle is twice the measure of its supplement. How many angles are there? What is their relationship? How can you use algebra, such as using the variable x, to help you. The measure of one angle is 20 less than the measure of it's complement? Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 493084: the measure of a supplement of an angle is 12 more than twice the measure of the angle. find the measure of the angle and its supplement. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 493075: the measure of one angle is three times the measure of its complement.find the measure of each angle. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 493487: The measure of an angle is 6 more than twice the measure of it's complement. Find the measure of both angles. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 493034: Find measures of two complementary angles if the difference of the measures of the two angles is 14. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 493585: Find the values for x and y 180=x-40+y Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 493893: " Two angles are complementaryn if the sum of the measures of the angles of 90. if one angle is 10 more than 3 times its complement, find the measures of the ywo angles. Click here to see answer by lwsshak3(6505)

 Question 493927: Three sticks are arranged to form a right triangle. If the lengths of the three sticks are 0.47 m, 0.62 m and 0.78 m, what are the three angles of the triangle? Click here to see answer by richard1234(5390)

 Question 493983: the measurements of two complementary angles are in the ratio 2:13.Find the measure of the smaller angle. Click here to see answer by stanbon(57342)

 Question 494548: If m<1 = x+20 and M<4 = x/3, find x and m<4 Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 494547: If m<2 = x/2 -10 and M<3= x/3 + 40, find x and m<2 Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 494544: If m<2= x+15 and m<3=2x , find x and m<2 Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 494381: the measure of angle's supplement is 10 degrees more than three times that of its complement Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 494337: angle x and angle y are complementary angles. If angle x = 3x+7 and angle y =6x+20, find the value of x and the degree measure of each angle. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 494335: Find the area of a rectangle with a length of x+3 meters and a width of 2x meters. Express your answer in terms of x. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 494334: If angle T and angle U are supplementary and the measure of angle T is 70°, what is the measure of angle U? Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 494333: An angle measure 10 degrees less than the measure of its complementary angel. Find the measure of both angles. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 494330: 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 494303: If a supplement of an angle has a measure 78 less than the measure of the angle, what are the measures of the angles? Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 494260: Parallel postulate and Special Angles problem: Given: l is parallel to m, transversal t, m<1 = 4x + 2 m<6 = 4x - 2 Find x and m<5 Im aware you use FOIL method to find x, not sure how to find m<5 need detailed steps please. Thanks Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 494256: Parallel postulates and special angles problem: Given: l is parallel to m and transversal t, m<1 = 4x + 2 m<6 = 4x - 2 Find: x and M<5 Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 494188: the measure of one angle is 7 times the measure of its complement. find the measure of each angle Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 494182: if angle p = 13 degrees, angle q = 77 degrees, and angle q and angle r are complementary, what can you conclude about angle p and angle r? Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 494141: The difference between the measures of two supplementary angles is 30. Find the measure of the smaller angle. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 494136: if you have angle q which is 8x-40, what is the supplementary angle equal to? Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 494084: an angle's measure is 5 degrees than 3 times the measure of its supplement. Find the measure of the angle and its supplement. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 494060: if three times the complement of an angle is subtracted by the supplement of the angle , then the result is ten . find the supplement of the complement Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 494027: AngleA and angleB are complementary. Find them(angle0A and the m(angle)b. m(angle)A=(12x+1) m(angle)B=(x+10) Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 494025: How do you solve: angle ABD and angle BDE are supplementary. Find the measure of both angles. The problem is... Angle ABD=(3x12), angle BDE=(7x-32) Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 493997: An angle is 12 less than one half of its supplement. What is the supplement? Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)

 Question 493822: Write a true conditional statment (if...then...) using the words RIGHT ANGLES and the word SUPPLEMENTARY. Is the converse true? Explain your answer; you may cite counterexamples. Click here to see answer by cleomenius(959)