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Yes, except that the answer would be an angle whose measure is negative. Such angles are quite useful in trigonometry.
The complement is 60 degrees.
(180°-x) + (90°-x) = 240°270° - 2x = 240°30° = 2x15° = xThe measure of the angle is 15°.The supplement is 165°, the complement is 75°, and their sum is 240°.
The supplement of A is 180 - A The complement of A is 90 - A So, 180 - A = 2*(90 - A) + 20 or 180 - A = 180 - 2A + 20 So A = 20 degrees
The angle= 36, the supplement= 144, the compliment=54
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Complement . . . another angle, of 53 degrees Supplement . . . another angle, of 143 degrees
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.
An angle of 108 degrees does not have a complement because is greater than 90 degrees. Its supplement angle has a measure of 180 - 108 = 72 degrees.
yes complement is 90-angle and supplement 180-angle
explement of the angle or conjugate of an angle
An angle and its complement have to add to 90 degrees. 77 and 13 add to 90. 13 is the complement of 77. You will also be doing supplement. They add to 180.
19 degrees and 109 degrees respectively