Q: What is the supplement of the complement of an angle measuring degrees?

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140 degrees

Subtract the angle from 90 degrees and you have the complement Subtract the angle from 180 degrees and you have the supplement

plus the angle degrees with the angle complement so equals into 135 degrees

They are: 85 degrees and 175 degrees respectively

an angle that is 54 degrees less than 4 times its complement

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140 degrees

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.

Supplement angle: 180-65.8 = 114.2 degrees Complement angle: 90-65.8 = 24.2 degrees

Subtract the angle from 90 degrees and you have the complement Subtract the angle from 180 degrees and you have the supplement

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.

128 degrees

complement is 90 degrees minus angle supplement is 180 degrees minus angle 90-77 = 13 = complement 180-77 = 103 = supplement

plus the angle degrees with the angle complement so equals into 135 degrees

19 degrees and 109 degrees respectively

They are: 85 degrees and 175 degrees respectively

The angle is 20 degrees