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Find the measure of the complement and the supplement of an angle with a measure of 20 degrees?

complement, 150; supplement, 260

complement, 340; supplement, 160

*complement, 70; supplement, 160*

complement, 160; supplement, 70

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  1. correct choice

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  2. no ur wrong is complement, 340; supplement, 160 duh

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