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Q: What is the complementary angle of A degree?

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Angles can be complementary. A 100 degree angle is a complementary angle to an 80 degree angle in geometry studies.

90 minus A = complementary angle

No angle can be complementary to a 140 degree angle, as the sum of complementary angles is 90 degrees. But angles which are supplementary to each other add together to form a 180 degree angle.

complementary angles are defined as 90 degrees - the given angle so 90-80=10 10 degree angle is complementary to an 80 degree angle

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

A complementary angle is an angle that, when added to the original angle, equals 90 degrees. (Example: the complementary angle of a 34 degree angle would be a 56 degree angle.)

42 degrees

90 degrees

73.5+16.5 = 90 degrees which is a complementary angle

Two anlges are complementary if the sum of their degree is 90. So given any angle A less than 90, if angle B is complemenatry its has degree measurement 90-A.

86 degrees.

15 degrees

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