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The measure of two complementary angles are 6y+3 and 4y13. Find the measures of the angles.
( In this question, are they saying 2 different complementary angle? or two angle that make up a complementary? )

complementary angles add to 90 degrees
6y+3+4y13=90
10y=100
solve for y, then go back and find each angle. 
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