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plus the angle degrees with the angle complement so equals into 135 degrees

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compliment angle = 45 degrees and supplement angle = 135 degrees

let x = measure of the mystery angle and y = measure of its supplement By definition of supplement, x+y = 180 since any angle and its supplement sum to a straight angle The problem gives us that 3x = y Substituting in 3x for y in the supplement equation gives us x + 3x = 180 4x = 180 x = 180/4 x = 45 Check our answer: The supplement of 45 degrees is 180 - 45 = 135. 45*3 = 135. Therefore, the answer is 45 degrees.

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Suppose the angle is x. Then its suplement is x/3. So x + x/3 = 180 degrees. ie 4x/3 = 180 or x = 180*3/4 = 135 degrees and its supplement is 135/3 = 45 deg. So the angle and its supplement are 135 and 45 degrees respectively.

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Accute because the angle is less than 90 degrees

135 degrees is the supplement of 45 degrees. When you minus 45 degrees from 180 degrees you will get 135 degrees which is the supplement angle of 45 degrees.

Yes, there is a 45 degree angle, and it is known as an acute angle.

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A pair of supplementary angles add up to 180 degrees. Therefore, the supplement to a 105 degree angle is equal to 180 - 105 = 75 degrees.