It is 75 degrees
It measures 104 degrees
Supplementary angles add up to 180 degrees so it is 100 degrees
Supplementary angles are two angles that measure up to 180 degrees. EXAMPLE: If the an angle measures 70 degrees, to find the missing angle, you subtract 70 from 180 because supplementary angles equal 180 degrees. Your answer (in this case 110) is the answer for the measure of the missing angle.
Supplementary angles are angles that add up to 180 degrees, ie. a straight angle. Therefore, the angle supplementary to 101 degrees would be 180-101=79 degrees.
180-105 = 75 degrees
It is an angle of 79 degrees because 79+101 = 180 degrees
If two angles are supplementary, and one angle measures 30 degrees, then the second angle must measure 150 degrees. This is because by definition if two angles are supplementary, then they must up to 180 degrees.
An impossibility because complementary angles add up to 90 degrees but if its a supplementary angle then 180-105 = 75 degrees
Supplementary angles add up to 180 degrees. If one angle = 130 degrees the other must be 180 - 130 = 50 degrees
A pair of supplementary angles add up to 180 degrees. In this instance, the supplement of an angle of 70 degrees is 180 - 70 = 110 degrees.
It is the supplementary angle of 125 degrees which is 55 degrees
Its supplementary angle is 160 degrees because supplementary angles add up to 180 degrees
Is it not a supplementary angle. A complementary angle is 90 degrees, so I think that supplementary would be 180 degrees.
Two angles are complementary if their sum equals exactly 90 degrees. Two angles are supplementary if their sum equals exactly 180 degrees, so a 30 degree angle is supplementary with a 150 degree angle.
It is 91 degrees
Given an angle A whose measure is in the range [0, 180] degrees, the supplementary angle to A is the angle B such that the measure of A + B = 180 degrees.