Posted by **Monique** on Monday, February 6, 2012 at 6:40pm.

Angle A and Angle B are complementary andgles and the m Angle A = 58 degrees, what is he measure of the supplement of Angle B.

This is what I did

Angle A and Angle B = 90 degrees, mAngle A = 58 degrees

90 - 58 = 32 degrees

180 - 32 = 148

M angle B supplement = 148 degrees

Am I correct please help

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