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An angle measures 6 degrees more than the measure of a supplementary angle.

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What is the measure of each angle?

asked Apr 5, 2013 in TRIGONOMETRY by angel12 Scholar

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An angle measures 6 degrsees more then measure of a suppementary angle.

Two complementary angles equal 90º each.

Take 3 more and less from each of the two 90º

So, you get 93º and 87º.

DOUBLE CHECK: 93 - 87=6 and 93+87=180º.

answered Apr 6, 2013 by richardson Scholar

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