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Find the complement and supplement of each angle.

1. 40 degrees
2. 89 degrees

  • pre calc -

    complementary angles add up to 90
    so 40 + ? = 90

    supplementary angles add up to 180
    so 89 + ? = 180

  • pre calc -

    1. com- 50 degrees sup=140 degrees

    2. com = 1 degree sup= 91 degrees

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    yes!

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