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Q: What is the complement of 52 degree angle?

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90 - 38 = 52 degrees.

An angle and its complement sum to ninety degrees. 90-52=38

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Angle and its complement have a sum of 90 degrees: A+C = 90 Angle plus five times its complement is 298 degrees: A+5C = 298 Subtract first equation from the second: 4C = 208 C = 52 So, the complement is 52 degrees and the angle is 38 degrees

54 degrees.An angle's complement, when added to the original angle, will form a right (90 degree) angle. Note that only acute (< 90 degree) angles can have or be complements.

A 45 degree angle is its own complement; 45 + 45 = 90.

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The definition of complementary is two angles together that form a right angle or 90 degrees. The way to find the complement of an angle is to subtract that angle from 90 degrees. In this case 90 subtracted by 79 equals 11. The complement of a 79 degree angle is an 11 degree angle.

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90 - 26 = 64. 64 degree angle is complimentary to a 26 degree angle.

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Complement: 22 Supplement: 112

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A pair of complementary angles add up to 90 degrees. Therefore, the complement of a 70 degree angle is 90 - 70 = 20 degrees.

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