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Q: What angle is the complement of 50 degrees?

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A pair of complimentary angles has a sum that measures 90 degrees. If your first angle is 40 degrees, the complement must equal 50. 90= 40+X 50=X

No. An angle is (90 minus its complement) degrees. The definition of the complement is "90 degrees minus the original angle".

The complement of any angle is the angle which adds to it to make 90 degrees. In this instance, an angle of 60 degrees adds to 30 to make 90 degrees. Therefore, the complement of 30 degrees is 60 degrees.

Supplement of 130 deg = 180 - 130 = 50 deg Complement of 50 deg = 90 - 50 = 40 degrees

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90 - 40 = 50 degrees.

A pair of complimentary angles has a sum that measures 90 degrees. If your first angle is 40 degrees, the complement must equal 50. 90= 40+X 50=X

A 40 degree angle is the COMPLEMENT of a 50 degree angle.

The complement to an angle is how much it takes to make 90 degrees. The complement to 30 degrees is 60 degrees. The complement to 45 degrees is 45 degrees.

An angle and its complement add to 90 degrees. Hence an angle of 41 degrees has 49 degrees as its complement.

Angle + Its Complement = 90 degrees Angle = Its Complement + 8 degrees2*(Its Complement) + 8 degrees = 90 degrees2*(Its Complement) = 82 degreesIts Complement = 41 degreesAngle + 41 degrees = 90 degreesAngle = 49 degrees

No. An angle is (90 minus its complement) degrees. The definition of the complement is "90 degrees minus the original angle".