Posted by **catalina** on Sunday, January 28, 2007 at 7:03pm.

Q. The sum of the measures of two supplementary angels is 180 degrees. If one angel measures 45 degrees less than twice the measures of its supplement, find the measure of each angle?

what steps do I need to take in order to get the measurments?

A1 + A2 = 180

2*A1 - 45=A2

I got 45 degrees for the first angle and 135 degrees for the second angle, is that right??

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