An angle measures 35.4° more than the measure of its complementary angle. What is the measure of each angle?
x = one angle
x + 35.4 = other angle {an angle measures 35.4º more than its complementary angle} x + x + 35.4 = 90 {complementary angles add up to 90º} 2x + 35.4 = 90 {combined like terms} 2x = 54.6 {subtracted 35.4 from each side} x = 27.3 {divided each side by 2} x + 35.4 = 62.7 {substituted 27.3, in for x, into x + 35.4} 27.3º and 62.7º are the two angles Ask the House
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