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Q: What is the supplement of 147 degrees?

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It is: 147 degrees because 147+33 = 180 degrees

If you mean 147 degrees and 33 degrees it is because supplementary angles add up to 180 degrees.

60 degrees

Supplement of 32 degrees = (180 -32) = 148 degrees

Supplement = 180 - 125 = 55 degrees.

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It is: 147 degrees because 147+33 = 180 degrees

The supplement of an angle is the angle that, when added to the given angle, results in a sum of 180 degrees. In this case, if we add 33 degrees to 147 degrees, the sum is 180 degrees, so 147 is the supplement of 33.

If you mean 147 degrees and 33 degrees it is because supplementary angles add up to 180 degrees.

135 degrees is the supplement of 45 degrees. When you minus 45 degrees from 180 degrees you will get 135 degrees which is the supplement angle of 45 degrees.

60 degrees

the supplement is 104.5 degrees

Supplement of 32 degrees = (180 -32) = 148 degrees

Supplement = 180 - 125 = 55 degrees.

The supplement of 17 degrees is 163 degrees.

The complement of 60 degrees is 30 degrees. Then the supplement of 30 degrees is 150 degrees. Answer: 150 degrees

the supplement of an 82 degrees angle would be 98 degrees. To find the supplement of an angle, take the degrees of the angle you were given and subtract it from 180.

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.