Q: What is the measure of the angle that is complementary of 47 degrees?

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47 degrees

43 because 43 + 47 = 50.

43 degrees

It is: 47 degrees

The following answer is correct only if b is the measure of an angle in degrees. The complement is 90-43 = 47 degrees.

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43 degrees

47 degrees

90 - 43 = 47 degrees.

compleymentry angel of 47 digree

43 because 43 + 47 = 50.

43 degrees

An angle that is 47 degrees would be considered an "acute" angle. This is because its measurements do not exceed 90 degrees. Anything above 90 would be considered an "obtuse" angle.

The 4th angle is: 360-90-145-78 = 47 degrees

It is: 47 degrees

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130 degrees

The following answer is correct only if b is the measure of an angle in degrees. The complement is 90-43 = 47 degrees.