The angle is 105, its supplement is 75.
The angle= 36, the supplement= 144, the compliment=54
supplement + angle = 180180 - angle = supplementangle = supplement + 40 = 180 - angle +40 = 220-angle2 x angle = 220angle = 110 degrees
60o is the supplement to an angle of 120o
Complement of a given angle = (90 - given angle) Supplement of a given angle = (180 - given angle)
explement of the angle or conjugate of an angle
A supplement of an angle is the angle that we add to the initial angle and have a result of 180 degrees. The supplement of 31 degrees is 180-31=149 degrees.
The angles are: 75 degrees and 105 degrees
The supplement of an 80 degree angle is an 100 degree angle.
The supplemental angle to an angle measure 132° is an angle measuring 114°. The supplement of an angle is another angle whose measure, when added to the original angle, will result in a measure of 180°. Given an angle that is 132°, we can find the supplement's measure by subtracting this angle from 180°. 180° - 132° = 114°
The supplement of 45 degrees is 135 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
Two angles are said to be supplementary if they total 180 degrees. To find an angle's supplement, subtract its measure from 180.
180 - 101 = 79 degrees.
The supplement of 17 degrees is 163 degrees.