Complementary angles are angles that measure up to 90 degrees. To find the measures of the two angles, divide 90 by two to say two angles of 45 degrees. Now divide 14 by 2, which you get 7 with. Now add 7 to 45 and subtract it from 45 as well, to get 52 and 38. The measures of the angles are 52 degrees and 38 degrees.
Find the measures of two complementary angles if the difference in the measures of the two angles is 14