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Use the three steps to solve the problem. One of two complementary angles is 4 more than the other. Find the angles. (Recall that complementary angles are angles whose sum is equal to 90 .)

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    complementary angles add up to 90

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    so, if we let one angle =x, other angle = x+4

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    step 1 : solve for x

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    86

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    correct ! x = 86

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    wait a sec, did we get x=86 ?

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    x + x + 4 = 90 2x + 4 = 90 2x = 86 x = ?

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    yes

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    x + x + 4 = 90 2x + 4 = 90 2x = 86 x = 86/2 = ?

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    43

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    thanks god !

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    :)

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    thats step 1,

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    step 2 : first angle = x = 43

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    step 3 : second angle = x+4 = ?

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    47

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    perfect ! good work !

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    thanks

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    np :)

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