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Find the complement and supplement of the angle shown.

The picture is of an acute angle that is measured 52 degrees.
How am I supposed to find the complement and supplement of the angle? Please help.

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  1. first, review what complementary and supplementary mean.

    An angle and its complement sum to 90 degrees. So, what number do you add to 52 to get 90?

    similarly for supplement.

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    posted by Steve
  2. what about how to find the supplement

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  3. Can you help explain how to get both the supplement and the complement. I am from ACA. I need help! Thanks and Plz Respond as Soon as you can. Thanks! :)

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  4. complementary angles sum to 90 degrees 52-90 will get you your answer
    supplementary angles sum to 180 degrees 180-90 will get you your answer

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    posted by Loli
  5. So what is the answer???

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  6. 1.6
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    3.6

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