# SOLUTION: The measure of angle A is 30 degrees less than twice the measures of angle B. Find the measures of each angle of the parallelogram

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 Question 568657: The measure of angle A is 30 degrees less than twice the measures of angle B. Find the measures of each angle of the parallelogramAnswer by stanbon(57282)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!The measure of angle A is 30 degrees less than twice the measures of angle B. Find the measures of each angle of the parallelogram The measure of angle A is 30 degrees less than twice the measures of angle B. Find the measures of each angle of the parallelogram --- I'll assume that A and B are consecutive angles of the parallelogram. A and B are suppliemntary. A + B = 180 A = 2B-30 -------------- 2B-30+B = 180 3B = 210 B = 70 degrees ---- A = 180-70 = 110 degrees ------------------------------ Cheers, Stan H. -------------