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whats the complement of each angle 44,15,72,89,10 and 30

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  1. note that complement means the other angle in which their sum should be 90. thus to get the complement of each angle, we just subtract them from 90:
    90 - 44 = 46
    90 - 15 = 75
    90 - 72 = 18
    90 - 89 = 1
    90 - 10 = 80
    90 - 30 = 60

    hope this helps~ :)

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