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The Two Angles Are Complementary. The Sum Of The Measure Of The First Angle And Half The Second Angle Is 81.5 Degrees. Find The Measures Of The Angles

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A+B=90
A+B/2=81.5

subtract the equations

B/2=8.5 deg

then find B, then go back and find A

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