The sum of 2 supplementary angles is 180o. If one is 30o, the other is 150o - 30o = 150o.
the other angle has to be 120 degrees, so that both angles add up to 180 degrees.
Supplementary means they add to 180 degrees. If one is 102, then the other is 180 - 102 = 78 degrees.
All supplementary angles add up to 180 degrees. If one angle is 132 degrees, how much more would the other angle need to be to total 180? Subtract 132 from 180 for the answer.
Supplementary angles add up to 180 degrees. If one angle = 130 degrees the other must be 180 - 130 = 50 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)
The first angle that is half as large as the other angle is 30º The other angle that is the larger is 60º
Supplementary angles add up to 180, so if one of them is 88, the other is 180 - 88 = 92.
A supplementary angle adds up to 180 degrees. It also needs two angles. The obtuse angle can be anywhere from 179 degrees to 91 degrees, aslong as the other angle together adds up to 180 degrees.
Supplementary angles add up to 180 degrees You can solve for the supplementary angle first. You can solve for the other directly, but the math is a little more involved. Let A be an angle Start with the supplementary angle. A + ??? = 180 The angle you want is 12 less than twice as big A + (2A - 12) = 180 Solve for A: 3A - 12 = 180 3A = 192 A = 64 Remember A is the supplementary angle, so subtract the angle we solved for (A) from 180 to find the angle you want. 180 - 64 = 116