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If /_1 and /_2 are complementary angles, and m /_1=5x-9 and m/_2=4x, find the measure of the two angles.

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    A+B = 90
    A = 5x-9
    B = 4x

    A+B = 9x-9 = 90
    9x = 99
    x = 11

    A = 55-9 = 46
    B = 4(11) =44

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