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## Angle B and angle C are supplementary. If the measure of angle B is 14 times the measure of angle C, what is the measure of angle

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Angle B and angle C are supplementary. If the measure of angle B is 14 times the measure of angle C, what is the measure of angle B?

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Answer:Step-by-step explanation:Answer: Angle C- 12

Angle B- 168

Step-by-Step explanation:

Angle B + Angle C =180

We know that Angle B is 14times greater than Angle C. So that means Angle B is equal to Angle C * 14

Angle B= Angle C* 14

Angle C is equal to 180/Angle B

Angle C is equal to 180/Angle C* 14

Angle C is equal to 180/15

Angle C= 12 degrees

We can now use this information to find Angle B. Since we know Angle B + Angle C is equal to 180. That means 180-12= Angle B

Do Angle B is 180-12=168