Q: What is the supplement of 140?

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140 degrees

11% of 140= 11% * 140= 0.11 * 140= 15.4

120% of 140= 120% * 140= 1.2 * 140= 168

51% of 140= 51% * 140= 0.51 * 140= 71.4

The angle is 60Â°. Its supplement is 120Â°.

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140

40 degrees ( 180 - 140 = 40 )

140 degrees

the supplementary angle of 40degrees is140degrees 40+140=180[sum of two supplementary angles is 180]

40-degrees 140-degrees

Angle is x degrees. Then 2(180 - x) = 5(90 - x) + 30 360 - 2x = 450 - 5x + 30 3x = 120 x = 40 Check: supplement is 140, 2 x 140 = 280 complement is 50, 5 x 50 = 250 difference is 30 as required. QED

You would subtract 40 degrees from 180 degrees so it would look like this:180 degrees - 40 degrees = 140 degrees

140

700

140 is 140 to the nearest tenth.

30 percent off of 140 = 9830% off of 140= 30% discount applied to 140= 140 - (30% * 140)= 140 - (0.30 * 140)= 140 - 42= 98

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