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    Two complimentary angles A and B have measures in thr ratio of 7 to 23 respectively. What is the ratio of the measure of the complement of angle A to the measure of the compliment of angleB? express your answer as a decimal to the nearest hundereth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rimas View Post
    Two complimentary angles A and B have measures in thr ratio of 7 to 23 respectively. What is the ratio of the measure of the complement of angle A to the measure of the compliment of angleB? express your answer as a decimal to the nearest hundereth.
    So they add up to 90 degree.
    Thus,
    7x+23x=90
    Thus,
    30x=90
    Thus,
    x=3
    This denotes the konstant multipler
    Thus,
    7(3)=21
    23(3)=69
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