# algebra 1 help

fin the complement and the supplemnt of the angel measure 1) 130

complement-40
suplement-50 or vice versa

if anyone can help me with some algebra work it would be greatly appreciated i am im algebra 1 and still on the second quarter and have until november to finsh thank you

i have never in my life got a c or b in in math know im in highscool im playing football and to stay in the team ill nedd to maitain a 3.0 or better that is inpossible for me i need your help

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