algebra
posted by jean .
If an obtuse angle measures 130 degrees, what is its reflexive?

130 degrees is not a reflexive angle. It would have to be between 180 and 360 degrees.
A given angle does not "have" a reflexive angle. You seem to be confusing the definition of a reflexive angle
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