# An angle measures 70° more than the measure of a supplementary angle. What Is the measure of each angle?

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Let x be the measure of the supplementary angle.

The given angle measures 70° more than the supplementary angle, so its measure is x + 70°.

Since the angles are supplementary, their measures sum up to 180°.

[ x + (x + 70) = 180 ]

Solve for x:

[ 2x + 70 = 180 ]

[ 2x = 180 - 70 ]

[ 2x = 110 ]

[ x = \frac{110}{2} ]

[ x = 55 ]

So, the measure of the supplementary angle is 55°.

Then, the measure of the given angle is:

[ x + 70 = 55 + 70 = 125 ]

So, the measure of the given angle is 125°.

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