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The total measure of two adjacent angles is 153°. If one of the adjacent angles measures 104.7°, determine the measure of the other adjacent angle.

The total measure of two adjacent angles is 153°. If one of the adjacent angles measures 104.7°, determine the measure of the other adjacent angle.

153-104.7=48.3

Since adjacent means they share a side the equation must be 104.6+x=153 so ur answer for x is 48.3

totalmeasure of two adjacent angles is 153°. If one of the adjacent angles measures 104.7°, then 48.3° is the measure of the otheradjacent angle.## What is Trigonometry?

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