# find the complement and the supplement ofeach angle measure

1)130

2) 11

3) x,(x+20)

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72+27a+a2

## To find the complement and supplement of each angle measure, you need to understand the definitions of complement angles and supplement angles.

1) Complement of an angle: Two angles are considered complementary if their sum is 90 degrees. The complement of angle measure 130 degrees can be found by subtracting it from 90 degrees:

Complement = 90 degrees - 130 degrees = -40 degrees

However, angles are generally positive values, so -40 degrees doesn't fit the typical format. Therefore, we can say that the complement of 130 degrees is 40 degrees.

Supplement of an angle: Two angles are considered supplementary if their sum is 180 degrees. The supplement of angle measure 130 degrees can be found by subtracting it from 180 degrees:

Supplement = 180 degrees - 130 degrees = 50 degrees

Therefore, the supplement of 130 degrees is 50 degrees.

2) Complement of angle measure 11 degrees:

Complement = 90 degrees - 11 degrees = 79 degrees

Hence, the complement of 11 degrees is 79 degrees.

Supplement of angle measure 11 degrees:

Supplement = 180 degrees - 11 degrees = 169 degrees

Therefore, the supplement of 11 degrees is 169 degrees.

3) For the expression x, (x+20), you need more specific values for x to find the complement and supplement of the angle measures. Different values of x will lead to different results.

To calculate the complement and supplement, substitute the given value of x and compute the corresponding angle measures accordingly using the formulas mentioned above.

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