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with compass.........at 90+60degree angle,,,,,,,,, * * * * * and 90 + 60 = 105??? You need to draw a 90 degree ange and bisect it to give a 45 deg angle. Then add a 60 degree angle. 45 + 60 = 105.

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.

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180-75=105 degrees

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A 75 degree angle.

with compass.........at 90+60degree angle,,,,,,,,, * * * * * and 90 + 60 = 105??? You need to draw a 90 degree ange and bisect it to give a 45 deg angle. Then add a 60 degree angle. 45 + 60 = 105.

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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.

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With a protractor and a straight edge

The supplement of a 75-degree angle is the angle that, when added to 75 degrees, equals 180 degrees (a straight line). To find the supplement of a given angle, you subtract the given angle from 180 degrees. Therefore, the supplement of a 75-degree angle is 105 degrees.

Easiest is to use a protractor. Alternative: Draw a 90 degree angle. Bisect the external angle so that it is 45 degrees. Trisect that angle so that the angle adjacent to the 90 degree angle is 15 deg Then 90 + 15 degrees = 105 degrees. Both, bisection and trisection require the use of a compass (and ruler).

180-75=105 degrees

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An angle of 105 degrees is an obtuse angle.