# What is the complement and supplement of an angle?

Space and Astronomy**Two angles are called complementary when their measures add to 90 degrees.** **Two angles are called supplementary when their measures add up to 180 degrees**.

## How do you find the complement and supplement of an angle?

If we know that a set of angles form one of these special relationships, we can determine the measure of the other angle. To determine the supplement, **subtract the given angle from 180**. 180 – 43 = 137° The supplement of 43° is 137°. To determine the complement, subtract the given angle from 90.

## What is a complement of an angle?

: **two angles that add up to 90 degrees**.

## What is the complement and supplement of angle 1?

complementary angle of 1 radian is **π2−1=0.5708 radian**. Similarly, as supplementary angles add up to 180∘ or π radian, supplementary angle of 1 radian is π−1=2.1416 radian.

## What is the supplement of an angle that measures 10?

1 Answer. Supplementary angles add up to 180o , hence degree measure of the supplement of 10o is 180o−10o=**170o** .

## What is the supplement of an angle whose complement is 62?

Answer and Explanation: The supplementary angle of 62° is **118°**.

## What is the supplement of 55?

The supplement of 55∘ is **125∘** .

## What is the supplement of the complement of 65?

Ans : Complement of 65° is 25° and Supplement is **115°**.

## What is the supplement of an angle of 130?

180°

The supplement of 130° is **the angle that when added to 130° forms a straight angle (180° )**.

## What is the supplement of 125 degree angle?

55 degrees

Supplement of 125 degree = 180 – 125 = **55 degrees**

The measures of some angles are given below.

## What is the supplement of an angle measuring 113?

ANSWER: The supplement of a 113 degree angle is **67 degrees**.

## What is the supplement of the complement of 70?

110°

∴ The supplement of 70° is **110°**.

## What is the supplement of 115?

To find supplement of an angle you should subtract 180 from the given angle to get the result, so … 180 – 115 = **65 degree**.

## What is the supplement of a 105 degree angle?

**75°** is the supplement of “105”.

## What is the supplement of 60 degrees?

The supplementary angle of 60∘ is **120∘** .

## What is the complement and supplement angle of 60 *?

The complementary angle of 60° is **30°**.

## What is the supplement of the complement of 50?

Hence , the supplement of 50° is **130°**. and the complement of 50° is 40°. Hence , the supplement of 50° is 130°.

## What is the supplement angle of 45?

So an angle of 45° has a supplementary angle of 180° – 45° = **135°**.

## What is the complement and supplement of 45?

So 45° is the complementary angle of 45° as 45°+ 45°= **90°**.

## What is the supplement of 42?

Supplementary angles are those angles whose sum is 180 degrees. The supplement of 42 degrees is **138 degrees**.

## What is a supplement of 12?

The supplementary angle of 12° is **168°**

## What is the complement and supplement of 12 degrees?

if you have an angle that is 12 degrees, then the complement angle measures **78 degrees**.

## What is the supplement of the angle whose measure is 123?

Answer. supplementary angle of 123 degree = 180 degrees- 123 degrees =**57 degrees**.

## What is the supplement of a right angle?

Answer: The supplement of the right angle is also a **right angle** as: If one angle is 90 degrees, the other angle will definitely become 90 degrees as their sum is 180 degrees.

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