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Q: The measure of the compliment to a 35 percent angle is what?

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The Measure Of Angle 2 Is 35.I Think. Am I Correct.??

35 degrees

145 degress

145 degrees.

If the 35-gon is a regular one, then its interior angle measure equals to [(35 - 2)180⁰]/35, which is approximately 169.72 degrees.

110180 - (2 x 35) = 110

The sum of two complements is 90 degrees, or a right angle. 90-35=55 degrees.

Interior angles: 5940

35 I believe.

The 3rd angle is: 180-35-68 = 77 degrees

180-120-35 = 25 degrees

180 - 35 = 145. Half of 145 is 72.5 which is the smaller angle. (The other angle is 35 + 72.5 ie 107.5)

Degrees can't be converted to meters. Degrees measure angle, while meters measure length.

A pair of angles are complementary if their sum is 90 degrees. Therefore, the complement to a 35 degree angle measures 90 - 35 = 55 degrees. This can be effectively displayed when placing both angles so that they form a right angle.

55 - 20 = 35

a triangle has 180 degrees 35+85=120 180-120=60 the third side is 60 degrees

180 degrees in a triangle 180 - 90 - 55 = 35 35 degrees

Lets assume that the first angle is A and the second angle is B. These two angles are complementary so their sum is 90. So if angle A is equal to 35, then this can be plugged into an algebraic formula: A + B = 90 (35) + B = 90 B = 55 The measure of the second angle is 55o

70 degrees

If it's a triangle then the 3rd angle is 35 degrees

Supplementary angles add up to 180°. T - 35 = 4(180 - T) = 720 - 4T 5T = 720 + 35 = 755 T = 151° and its supplementary angle is therefore 29°.

35 degree angle is acute.

Because they add up to 90 degrees

Yes and the third angle would be 45 degrees

8 percent of 35 percent = 0.08 x 35 percent = 2.8 percent