MATH SOLVE

2 months ago

Q:
# An angle's complement is 35°. find the measure of its supplement.

Accepted Solution

A:

Supplementary angles = 180 degrees

180 - 35 = 145

If the question is asking about the angle that isn’t 35 degrees...

Complementary angles = 90 degrees

90 - 35 = 55

The supplementary angle to 55 degrees is:

180 - 55 = 125

180 - 35 = 145

If the question is asking about the angle that isn’t 35 degrees...

Complementary angles = 90 degrees

90 - 35 = 55

The supplementary angle to 55 degrees is:

180 - 55 = 125