# geometry

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Find the degree measure on an angle whose complement twelve twenty-sevenths of its supplement. Determine the angle's complement?

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Let the angle be x °.
If the complement is 12/27 of its supplement, then
x = (12/27)(180-x)
solve for x.
Calculate 90-x as its complement.

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