Table of Contents

- 1 What is the measure of the complement of a 60 degree angle?
- 2 What is the measure of the angle whose measure is two times its supplement?
- 3 What is the complement of the supplement of twice of an angle of 50 degree?
- 4 What is an angle that is twice its complement?
- 5 How do you find the supplement of two angles?

## What is the measure of the complement of a 60 degree angle?

The complement of 60° is the angle that when added to 60° forms a right angle (90° ).

**What is the complement of the supplement of twice of an angle of 60 degree?**

Finally complement of the supplement of twice the angle 60°=90°-60°=30°.

**What is the measure of an angle that is half as large as its complement?**

The angle is 30 degrees.

### What is the measure of the angle whose measure is two times its supplement?

Supplement = 180 – angle measure. Supplementary angles add to 180 degrees. So of the measure of the angle is x, the measure of its supplement is 2x. Angle = 60, supplement = 120.

**How do you find the measure of a complementary angle?**

To determine the complement, subtract the given angle from 90. 90 – 43 = 47° The complement of 43° is 47°. 180 – 61 = 119° The supplement of 61° is 119°.

**What is the complement and supplement of 60 degree?**

The complementary angle of 60° is 30°.

#### What is the complement of the supplement of twice of an angle of 50 degree?

→ 10° (Ans.)

**Is one half of its complement?**

Step-by-step explanation: X + 1 divided by 2 is equal to 90 degree. 3 is equal to 90 degree. 90 divided by 3 is equal to is equal to 30 degree.

**What is the complementary angle of 50?**

90°

The complement of 50° is the angle that when added to 50° forms a right angle (90° ).

## What is an angle that is twice its complement?

If an angle is twice its complement, you can represent one angle as x and the other as 2x. Since they are complements, their sum is 90 degrees. This means that one angle is 30 deg. The angle that is twice that value is 60 deg.

**How many degrees is the sum of the two angles?**

The question is “ if an angle (2nd angle) is 60 more than two times the measure of its complement (1st angle and let’s call it “x”), how large are the two angles?” Adding the two angles, their sum should give us 90 degrees. Dwayne is in hot water for his latest comments.

**How to find the measure of a complementary angle?**

Let x be the measure of a complementary angle required. Given : The measure of an angle is 3/4 of 60°. Subtract 45 ° from each side. So, the measure of the complementary angle is 45°. Two angles are supplementary. If one angle is 36° less than twice of the other angle, find the two angles. Let x and y be the two angles which are supplementary.

### How do you find the supplement of two angles?

We say that 2 angles supplement each other if the sum of the two angles is equal to 180. Use the same procedure: Angle A is (4 x B) B being A’s compliment, therefore 4B + B = 90 , thus 5B = 90 hence B = 18 therefore A the supplement is 90 – 18 = 72; The supplement of A is 180 – 72 = 108