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The supplement of an angle is 28degrees more than twice the complement of the angle. Find the supplement of the angle. Please help so confound!

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let the angle be x
then the supplement is 180-x
and the complement is 90-x

180-x = 2(90-x) + 28

I get x = 28
so the supplement is 152

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Omg Thanks i was really lost!

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