college math
posted by Lourane
Find the measure of the missing angle
a = 33o would the correct answer be 66

Steve
no diagram, no description. who knows?

drwls
Is 33o supposed to be 33 degrees? Or 330 ?
Do you want the complement of that angle? That would not be 66. 
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College math. Sure. XD
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