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If you're given a 90 degree angle split down the middle, and one of the angles is 30 degrees, what would the other angle be? sorry im not too good at math

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    okay so since the whole angle equals 90 degrees that means the angles that are made have to equal 90. so 90 - 30= 60 and that would be the missing angle. hope i helped =)

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    if you split a 90 deg angle into two angles and one of the angles is 30 deg

    90 - 30 = the other angle
    90 - 30 = ?

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    60

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