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Two angles form a linear pair. The measure of one angle is 8 times the measure of the other angle. Find the measure of each angle.

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  1. angle 1= x
    angle 2=8x
    so 8x+x=180
    9x=180
    9x= 180 divided by 9 is 20 so
    x=20
    angle 1=20
    angle 2=160
    Hope it helps :)

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    posted by Darren
  2. this is just like the last one, but the angles sum to 180, instead of 90.

    Take a stab at it and come on back if you have trouble.

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    posted by Steve
  3. I figured it out already xD Thanks. I have one more

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    posted by C

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