In the following figure, the measure of angle 1 is 9 degrees less than half the measure of angle 2. Find the measures of angle 1 and angle 2.

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In the following figure, the measure of angle 1 is 9 degrees less than half the measure of angle 2. Find the measures of angle 1 and angle 2.

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do you have it now?
its the same type of question which u askd first ....apply the same logic.... :)

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yeah, i agree. . .
Let a and b equal angle 1 and 2 respecitvely. Solve the following for a and b:\[\left\{a=\frac{b}{2}-9,a+b=180\right\}\]\[a=54{}^{\circ},b=126{}^{\circ} \]
How did you get 54?
they used substitution since a = (b/2)-9 (b/2)-9 +b = 180 3b/2 = 189 3b = 378 b = 126 a = 180 - 126 = 54

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