# Angle F and Angle G are supplementary. The measure of Angle G is six and one half times the measure of Angle F. What is the measure of Angle F?

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Let the measure of Angle F be ( x ) degrees.

Since Angle G is ( 6.5 ) times the measure of Angle F, the measure of Angle G is ( 6.5x ) degrees.

Since Angle F and Angle G are supplementary, their measures add up to ( 180 ) degrees.

So, we have the equation: [ x + 6.5x = 180 ]

Solving for ( x ): [ 7.5x = 180 ] [ x = \frac{180}{7.5} ] [ x = 24 ]

Therefore, the measure of Angle F is ( 24 ) degrees.

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