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Two angles are complementary. The measure of the smaller angle is five less than the measure of the larger angle. What is the measure of the smaller angle?
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User: Two angles are complementary. The measure of the smaller angle is five less than the measure of the larger angle. What is the measure of the smaller angle?

Weegy: The answer is 30, 60.
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User: DO,K = (6, 12) (3, 6)

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Let x be the measure of the smaller angle, the measure for the bigger one is x + 5.
The angles are complementary, so x + x + 5 = 90
solve the equation we get x = 42.5 degrees.
The smaller angle is 42.5 degrees.
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