# SOLUTION: The sum of two angles is 119°. One angle is 22° less than twice the other. Find the angles. a. 68° and 51° b. 47° and 72° c. 45° and 74° d. 45° and 68°

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Systems-of-equations Question 246596: The sum of two angles is 119°. One angle is 22° less than twice the other. Find the angles. a. 68° and 51° b. 47° and 72° c. 45° and 74° d. 45° and 68°Answer by edjones(7569)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Let the angles be x & y. x+y=119 x+22=2y . x=119-y 119-y+22=2y substitute 119-y for x 140-y=2y 3y=141 y=47 x=72 . Ed