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Q: In the figure angle E measures 30 and deg angle F measures 57 and deg and angle B measures 27 and deg. What is the measurement of angle A?

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The complementary angle is 15 degrees

An angle greater than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees is an obtuse angle.

As many as you like but they will all be scalene triangles from the given interior angles that add up to 180 degrees.

180 deg - 165 deg 12 min

the supplementary angle of 22 deg = 180-22 = 158 deg.

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The answer would depend on what the shape is. Without that information, it is not possible to give an answer.

55 degrees

The first angle is 166 deg and the second is 14 deg.

An Obtuse angle is greater than 90 deg; an Acute angle is less then 90 deg.

The complementary angle is 15 degrees

The same as the central angle of the circle

180 - 52 = 128 deg

50 deg

More than 179 deg but less than 180 deg. 180 deg is already considered as supplementary angle. I wouldn't say it's 179 deg because non-terminating decimals also exist.

One of the base angle is 58 deg so the other base angle is 58 deg. Sum of all three angles is 180 deg so the third angle (the vertex angle) is 180 - 58 - 58 = 64 degrees.

360 degrees. It is a rectangle (or square).

An angle greater than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees is an obtuse angle.