# geomatry

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<f and <g are supplementary. The measure of <g is six and one half times the measure if <f, What is m<f ?
Thank you for yr quick reply.

• geomatry -

f + g = 180
g = 6.5 f
so
f + 6.5 f = 180
7.5 f = 180
f = 24 degrees

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