# SOLUTION: if the statement on a proof was measure of angle 1+the measure of angle 2=the measure of angle 3+the measure of angle 2 with the given being angle 3 and angle 2 are complementary

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 Question 509490: if the statement on a proof was measure of angle 1+the measure of angle 2=the measure of angle 3+the measure of angle 2 with the given being angle 3 and angle 2 are complementary and the measure of angle 1+the measure of angle 2=90 degrees?Answer by solver91311(16877)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! The statement is true because of the definition of complementary. Two angles being complementary and the measure of two angles summing to 90 degrees is the same thing. John My calculator said it, I believe it, that settles it