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The intersection of roads P and Q creates a 71* angle. What are the complementary and supplementary angles of his inter section?
A-The complementary angle is 71* and the supplementary angle is 29*
B-The complementary angle is 29* and the supplementary angle is 71*
C-The complementary angle is 109* and the supplementary angle is 19*
D-The complementary angle is 19* and the supplementary angle is 109*
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