# The sum of the measures of angles x and y is 127 degree. If the measure of #anglex# is 34 more than half the measure of #angle y#, what is the measure of each angle?

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Let's denote:

- Angle x as x
- Angle y as y

Given:

- The sum of angles x and y is 127 degrees: x + y = 127
- The measure of angle x is 34 more than half the measure of angle y: x = (1/2)y + 34

Now, we can solve this system of equations for the values of x and y.

From equation 2, we can express y in terms of x: y = 2(x - 34)

Now, substitute this expression for y into equation 1: x + 2(x - 34) = 127

Now, solve for x: x + 2x - 68 = 127 3x - 68 = 127 3x = 127 + 68 3x = 195 x = 195 / 3 x = 65

Now that we have found the value of x, we can find the value of y using equation 2: y = 2(65 - 34) y = 2(31) y = 62

Therefore, the measure of angle x is 65 degrees, and the measure of angle y is 62 degrees.

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