It is 90 degrees more than the original angle.
A complement of an acute angle must be an acute angle. An acute angle is an angle whose measure is more than 0 degrees but less than 90 degrees. For example, even if the angle was the minimum 1 degree, the complement is still 89 degrees, which is still acute. Therefore, any combination of a complement of an acute angle MUST be acute.
The angle is 20 degrees
It is: 90-36 = 54 degrees
36 and 54 degrees.
Suppose the angle is x degrees. It is 26 deg more than its complement so the complement is x - 26 degrees. Since the two angles are complementary, their sum is 90 degrees. That is x + x - 26 = 90 or 2x - 26 = 90 so that 2x = 116 and so x = 58 degrees.
A - 20° = 90° - A ∴ 2A = 110° ∴ A = 55°
The information given in the question is tautological. By definition, the measure of the supplement of any angle will be 90 degrees more than its complement. So the answer isany angle, x degrees where 0
complement: 90 - A A=angle 1/5 x (A) + 6 = (90 - A) 1/5 x A = 84 - A 1/5 x A + A = 84 6/5 x A = 84 6 A = 420 A = 70 degrees
No.If an angle is acute, it is less than 90 degrees.Its complement is the number of degrees needed to total 90.Its supplement is the number if degrees needed to total 180, which is 90 more than its complement.
because a compliment means another angle to add up to 90 degrees, and an obtuse angle is more than 90 degrees, so therefore, a number over 90 plus another number cannot equal 90 degrees