Q: Find the measure of the supplement of 58 degrees?

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180 - 58 = 122

58, complementary means the angles add to 90 degrees

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58 degrees fahrenheit is okay, it pretty cold

use the formula 9/5 + 32 9/5 of 58 = 104.4 add 32 58 degrees C = 136.4 degrees F

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180 - 58 = 122

define the unknown angle measure between 64 degrees 58 degrees and 98 degrees?

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It is the supplementary angle of 125 degrees which is 55 degrees

58, complementary means the angles add to 90 degrees

My calculator tells me that sin 58 degrees = 0.84805

58 degrees Fahrenheit = 14.4 C.

It is 58 degrees because complementary angles add up to 90 degrees

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58 degrees fahrenheit is okay, it pretty cold

Divide by 2 and then subtract 15. So 58 / 2 = 29 minus 15 = 14 degrees celsius, or there abouts. CharlieCStart by subtracting 32 from 58 .Then multiply the answer with 5 and divide by 9.In this case the answer is 14.44 degree celsius.