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Q: What is the complementary angle of 140 degrees?

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The complementary angle is 56 degrees.

The complementary angle is 15 degrees.

The complementary angle is 67 degrees.

The complementary angle is 7 degrees.

Complementary angle is 71 degrees and supplementary angle is 161 degrees

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The complementary angle is 56 degrees.

The complementary angle is 15 degrees.

The complementary angle is 67 degrees.

The complementary angle is 7 degrees.

Complementary angle is 71 degrees and supplementary angle is 161 degrees

Complementary angles add to 90 degrees so the complementary angle to 70 degrees has a measure of 20 deg.

Complementary angle of 74.2 degrees is (90 - 74.2) = 15.8 degrees

Yes, it would be complementary to an angle measuring 0 degrees.

a angle that is 180 degrees

Complementary angle = 90 - 71 = 19 degrees

Complementary angles are angles that add up to 90 degrees. So, the complementary angle of 70 degrees would be 20 degrees

140 degrees is an obtuse angleAn angle of 140 degrees would be called obtuse.

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