Posted by **Tyler** on Thursday, January 17, 2008 at 10:34pm.

A pair of complimentary angles have measure x* (star equals degree) and x*(again star equals degree) + 8*. What is the measure of the smaller angle?

the problems looks like x* and x*+8*

AGAIN THE stars stand for degree.

I think the answer is 6, but not sure how.

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