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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°

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.

Obtuse... like me.

48 degrees.

It's an obtuse angle. Not exactly, an obtuse angle is an angle that is more than 90 degrees.

Any angle past 90 degrees is called an obtuse angle.

132

It is an obtuse angle because it is greater than 90 but less than 180 degrees

It is: 180-48 = 132 degrees

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Complements are defined for angles, not trigonometric ratios of angles.

Since all triangles are 180 degrees, and since you now that the sum of two of the three angles is 132, you just have to subtract that from 180 to get 48 for the final angle's measure.

Supplementary angles add up to 180, so the supplement angle would be the difference between the angle and 180 degrees.So: 180 - 48 = 132 degrees

132, as 12*11=132, 33*4=132, 132*1=132

The diagonal of 132 x 132 is: 186.7

The LCM is 132.

what equals 132 is 12*11=132

132 is the LCM (lowest common multiple) of 44 and 132. 132 divided by 132 equals 1, and 132 divided by 44 equals 3.

20% off of 132 = 80% of 132 = 132*80/100 = 105.6

This can be solved using the cosine rule to find the length of side EF, and the sine rule to find angle E The cosine rule is: a² = b² + c² - 2bc cos A we have: A = G = 132° a = EF b = EG = 77 inches c = FG = 89 inches (the assignment of b and c doesn't matter as they are the two sides of the angle A and are interchangeable for the cosine rule), giving: EF² = 77² + 89² - 2×77×89×cos 132° → EF = √(77² + 89² - 2×77×89×cos 132°) The sine rule is: (sin A)/a = (sin B)/b = (sin C)/C we have: A = G = 132° a = EF = √(77² + 89² - 2×77×89×cos 132°) inches (found above) C = E c = FG = 89 inches → (sin 132°)/√(77² + 89² - 2×77×89×cos 132°) in = (sin E)/89 in → sin E = (89 sin 132°)/√(77² + 89² - 2×77×89×cos 132°) → E = arc sin((89 sin 132°)/√(77² + 89² - 2×77×89×cos 132°)) → E ≈ 25.8° → E ≈ 26° to the nearest degree

The GCF is 132.

132 - T20, T20, D6

there are 132, 000 grams in 132 kg

LCM of 11 44 and 132 is 132.

132 - 3% = 132 x (1 - (3/100)) = 132 x 0.97 = 128.04

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