Q: What angle is supplementary to 138 degrees?

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The supplementary angle to 42 degrees is 138 degrees

An angle of 138 degrees is an obtuse angle

A supplementary angle is a 180-degree angle minus the number of degrees in the given angle.

Supplementary angles add up to 180 degrees

The supplementary angle of 139.7 degrees is 40.3 degrees because they both add up to 180 degrees.

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The supplementary angle to 42 degrees is 138 degrees

It is: 180-42 = 138 degrees

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An angle of 138 degrees is an obtuse angle

Its supplementary angle is 121 degrees

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.

A supplementary angle is a 180-degree angle minus the number of degrees in the given angle.

25 degrees

Supplementary angle = 180 - 84 = 96 degrees.

Supplementary angles add up to 180 degrees

Supplementary angles add up to 180. Therefore, supplementary angle of 74 degrees = 180 - 74. =106 degrees.