yes complement is 90-angle and supplement 180-angle
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.
No.If an angle is acute, it is less than 90 degrees.Its complement is the number of degrees needed to total 90.Its supplement is the number if degrees needed to total 180, which is 90 more than its complement.
Complement: 22 Supplement: 112
90 -y = complement 180 - y = supplement
A complement of an acute angle must be an acute angle. An acute angle is an angle whose measure is more than 0 degrees but less than 90 degrees. For example, even if the angle was the minimum 1 degree, the complement is still 89 degrees, which is still acute. Therefore, any combination of a complement of an acute angle MUST be acute.
complement: 90-23.5 = 66.5 degrees supplement: 180-23.5 = 156.5 degrees
complement: 90-67 = 23 degrees supplement = 180-67 = 113 degrees
Complement: 90-64 = 26 degrees Supplement: 180-64 = 116 degrees
Complement=ads up to 90o=46o Supplement=adds up to 180o=136o
complement 90degrees-49 = 41degrees supplement 90degrees-49 = 131degrees