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Q: An angle is 30 degrees more than its supplement what is the measure of an angle and its supplement?

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supplement + angle = 180180 - angle = supplementangle = supplement + 40 = 180 - angle +40 = 220-angle2 x angle = 220angle = 110 degrees

If one angle is the supplement of another, we know that their sum is 180 degrees.So let one angle be A and the supplement be B. We know the measure of A+B=180.If A is acute that means its measure is less than 90 degrees. The supplement must therefore have measure more than 90 degrees. We could say the supplement of an acute angle must be an obtuse angle. Remember obtuse angle is one that less than 180 degrees and more than 90.

two-thirds of an angle is 30degree more than its supplemant. find the angle

The angles are: 65 degrees and 115 degrees = 180 degrees

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Suppose the measure of the angle is x then its supplement is 180 - x x = 180 - x + 30 = 210 - x 2x = 210 => x = 105 degrees (supplementary angle = 75)

The angle is 105, its supplement is 75.

118 degrees is your answer... I am the type of person that just answers it without an explanation.

It is 165 degrees because 165+15 = 180 degrees

be more specific. the supplement angle is 67 supplement angle are two numbers to equal that

It is 90 degrees more than the original angle.

The angle with measure more than 0 degrees and less than 90 degrees is an acute angle, the angle with measure 90 degrees is a right angle,the angle with measure more than 90 degrees and less than 180 degrees is an obtuse angle and the angle with measure 180 degrees is a straight angle. Finally, an angle of more than 180 degrees and less than 360 degrees is a reflex angle.

180-20=160

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

The angle is 20 degrees

Types of angles according to measure: 1. Acute angle- angle measure is less than 90 degrees 2. Right angle- angle measure is 90 degrees 3. Obtuse angle- angle measure is more than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees. 4. Straight angle- angle measure is 180 degrees 5. Reflex angle- angle measure is more than 180 degrees but less than 360 degrees

A polygon (with more than 3 sides) can have an angle of any measure between 0 and 360 degrees. If it is a reflex angle, it cannot have a supplement. Even if a supplementary angle exists, its size is indeterminate.

245 degrees is a reflex angle. A reflex angle has an angle measure of more than 180 degrees but less than 360 degrees.

92.5 degrees

The angles in the triangle work out as 50 degrees, 26 degrees and 104 degrees which all add up to 180 degrees.

The three angles are 40, 50 and 90 degrees.

A reflex angle

An angle less than 90 degrees is an "acute angle". An angle of exactly 90 degrees is a "right angle". An angle more than 90 and less than 180 degrees is an "obtuse angle". An angle of exactly 180 degrees is a "straight angle". An angle of more than 180 degrees is a "reflex angle".

Suppose the angle is x degrees. Then its supplement is 180-x. One-third its supplement is (180-x)/3 = 60-x/3 so x/2 = 60-x/3+25 5x/6 = 85 ie x = 102.

An acute angle is any angle with more than zero and less than 90 degrees.