Q: Find the angle double its supplement?

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To find the complementary angle, you subtract 90 by the first given complement angle. To find the supplementary angle, you subtract 180 by the first given supplement angle.

two-thirds of an angle is 30degree more than its supplemant. find the angle

Suppose the angle is x then its supplement is 180 - x so 180 - x = x - 78 that is, 258 = 2x or x = 258/2 = 129 <><><><><> Angle + Supplement = 180 Angle = Supplement + 78 Solve for the system of equations... Angle + Supplement = 180 Angle - Supplement = 78 ------------------------------------- 2 Angle = 258 Angle = 129 Supplement = 51

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180o - 11o = 169o =====

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Find the supplement of a 74 angle?

The question asks for the complement of (the supplement of (80 degrees) ). We have to find the supplement of 80 first, and then find the complement of the supplement. The supplement of an angle is (180 - the angle). The complement of an angle is (90 - the angle). The supplement of 80 degrees is (180 - 80) = 100 degrees. The complement of that supplement is (90 - 100) = -10 degrees.

the supplement of an 82 degrees angle would be 98 degrees. To find the supplement of an angle, take the degrees of the angle you were given and subtract it from 180.

To find the complementary angle, you subtract 90 by the first given complement angle. To find the supplementary angle, you subtract 180 by the first given supplement angle.

two-thirds of an angle is 30degree more than its supplemant. find the angle

The angle= 36, the supplement= 144, the compliment=54

180-20=160

im pretty sure it is this, but double check anyway: 75.6=supplement -87=compliment your welcome poor unfortunate soul!

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Two angles are said to be supplementary if they total 180 degrees. To find an angle's supplement, subtract its measure from 180.

Subtract the angle you have from 180.