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

complement-40
suplement-50 or vice versa

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## To find the complement and supplement of an angle measure, you need to understand the definitions of these terms:

1) Complement: Two angles are complementary if their sum is equal to 90 degrees. In other words, the complement of angle A is 90 degrees - angle A.

2) Supplement: Two angles are supplementary if their sum is equal to 180 degrees. In other words, the supplement of angle A is 180 degrees - angle A.

Now, let's apply these definitions to find the complement and supplement of the given angle measure of 130 degrees:

1) Complement: 90 degrees - 130 degrees = -40 degrees. However, we know that angles cannot be negative, so the complement of 130 degrees is actually 90 degrees - 130 degrees = -40 degrees + 360 degrees (to stay within a positive range) = 320 degrees.

2) Supplement: 180 degrees - 130 degrees = 50 degrees.

Therefore, the complement of 130 degrees is 320 degrees, and the supplement is 50 degrees.

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