Math... PLEASE HELP!!
posted by Nicole .
If one angle in a pair of vertical angles measures 42 degrees and the other measures 2n4 degrees, which is the value of n?
I got 23 degrees but I am not sure if it is correct. Please help me...

2n4 = 42
2n = 46
n = 23
you are correct
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