6th grade math

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2 line segments intersect to form an angle that has a measure of 50.7 degrees. What is the measure in degrees of an angle that is supplementary to this angle?

  1. Ms. Sue

    180 - 50.7 = ?

  2. Krystal

    Wait... So you can answer everything but a simple question? You should be able to figure this out! C'mon.. Grab a paper. Put it like this

    180
    -
    50.7
    _______

    And Start solving

  3. Priyanka

    20.3

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