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Find the measurement of angle rsp if rst=5\2y and pst =(y+5)

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    Are the two angles complementary or supplementary (add up to 90 or 180, a straight line)? If they are complementary, 5/2y+y+5=90...if they are supplementary same thing but =180 instead of 90. Post your answer if you want it checked.

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