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Select the measure of the complement or supplement of the angle. If there is no complement or supplement, select no complement or supplement.

55.1°
(1 point)

124.9°
119.9°
49.9°
no complement or supplement

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Two angles are complemtary if their sum = 90.

Two angles are supplemtary if their sum = 180.

55.1 + 124.9 = 180
55.1 + 119.9 = 175
55.1 + 49.9 = 105

Therefoe 55.1 + 124.9 = 180 are supplements.

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49.9

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