# An angle is one more than twice its complement. What is the angle?

The angle is

Let be x° the unknown angle.

Then

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Let the angle be x degrees. The complement of the angle is (90 - x) degrees. According to the given information, the angle is one more than twice its complement. So:

x = 2(90 - x) + 1

Solving for x:

x = 180 - 2x + 1 x = 181 - 2x 3x = 181 x = 60.33 degrees

So, the angle is approximately 60.33 degrees.

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