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[en] We derive a single inequality as the sufficient and necessary condition for two unsharp observables of a two-level system to be jointly measurable in a single apparatus and construct explicitly the joint observables of two jointly measurable observables. By introducing a generalized distinguishability as a measure of the unsharpness of an unsharp measurement, we derive a complementarity inequality, which generalizes Englert's duality inequality, from the condition of joint measurement of two orthogonal unsharp observables.