Q: What kind of angle is 130 degree shape?

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the completment of a 65 degree angle is 130

It's larger than 90 degrees, so we call it an "obtuse angle."

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

If the angle is measured at 130 degrees then it is called an obtuse angle.

45+85=180 130=180 -130 -130 ________ The third angle is 50 degrees.

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It is the line from 0 to 130 degrees on your protractor

It's larger than 90 degrees, so we call it an "obtuse angle."

Well, 40 degrees is already given.. And the angle "R" I assume has a box in its corner, that represents a 90 degree angle. as for I.E: "L" <-- is a 90 degree angle. so you add 40 + 90 = 130. In all triangles will always = 180 degrees. No if and's or but's about it. so you would take your 130 degrees subtract from 180 degrees, 130 - 180 = 50! and that will decipher your answer your looking for.

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