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"The measure of the supplement of an angle is 60 less than three times the measure of the complement of the angle.find the measure of the angle".
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    180 ° - x = 3 * ( 90 ° - x ) - 60 °

    180 ° - x = 270 ° - 3 x - 60 °

    180 ° - x = 210 ° - 3 x

    - x + 3 x = 210 ° - 180 °

    2 x = 30 ° Divide both sides by 2

    x = 15 °

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