I have an angle of 90 degrees divided into 2 parts,one angle is unknown one angle is 3x+6. What is the unknown angle?

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I have an angle of 90 degrees divided into 2 parts,one angle is unknown one angle is 3x+6. What is the unknown angle?

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3x+6=90 Can you solve this?
x=32 that is one angle so to find the second 90-32=58 so 58 would be the second angle
It is actually a part of a bigger diagram: top left 90 degrees, top right split in two is 45.2 & 44.8 bottom left is 44.8 & 45.2, bottom right is the question above ^

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