Q: What angle is its own supplementary angle?

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A supplementary angle can have any value - depending on the first angle.

Supplementary angles add up to 180 degrees

Yes. Supplementary angles add to 180o, so the angle which is its own supplement would be 90o.

A triangle is a polygonal shape, not an angle and therefore, cannot have a supplementary angle.

A supplementary angle can not be a complementary angle. The complementary angle has 2 angles equal 90... but a supplementary angle is X2 that much (108). * * * * * Nearly correct. 90 x 2 is 180, not 108!

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Its supplementary angle is 121 degrees

A supplementary angle can have any value - depending on the first angle.

Supplementary angle = 180 - 84 = 96 degrees.

Supplementary angles add up to 180 degrees

Supplementary angles are angles whose sum is 180° . The supplementary angle to 110° is therefore 70°.

Yes. Supplementary angles add to 180o, so the angle which is its own supplement would be 90o.

Complementary angle is 71 degrees and supplementary angle is 161 degrees

A triangle is a polygonal shape, not an angle and therefore, cannot have a supplementary angle.

A supplementary angle can not be a complementary angle. The complementary angle has 2 angles equal 90... but a supplementary angle is X2 that much (108). * * * * * Nearly correct. 90 x 2 is 180, not 108!

The sum of complementary angles is 90°. The sum of supplementary angles is 180°. EXAMPLE : 27° is the complementary angle to 63° and the supplementary angle to 153°.

the angle and its supplementary angle added together is 180 the supplementary angle of angle y is 180-y

A supplementary angle will add up to 180 degrees so to find the supplementary angle of 179 degrees, you would take 180-179 to get a 1 degree angle.