Finding an Angle from an Equation

Finding an Angle from an Equation
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Part of video series Solving for Angle Measures
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Finding the value of x using complementary angles
  • What are complementary angles?
  • If I am given the measurements of two complementary angles in terms of x, then how can I find the angle measurements?
  • The measurements of two complementary angles are (7x+17) degrees and (3x-20) degrees. What are the measurements of the angles?
This lesson shows how to find the measures of 2 angles when you are given the measures of the angles in terms of x, and you know the angles are complementary.
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Reviewed by MathVids Staff on May 24, 2012.
 
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