the sum of a supplementary angles measures 180 and i cantfigure it out
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If x is the number, x+65=180. Subtract 65 from each side: x=115.
answered Mar 11, 2015 by Rod Top Rated User (545,980 points)
that is exactly right
So, to find the number we have to subtract 65 from 180 180-65 = 115 So 115 will be added to 65 to get 180.
answered Jun 10 by Helper

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