How do you find the complement and supplement of an angle if the angle is 85 degrees?
Its a very simple one:
The complement of an angle is what, when added to it, equals 90 degrees (90°). For example, in your problem, 90°-85°=5°. This means that the complement of 85° is 5°, since they add up to equal 90 degrees a right angle.
The supplement of an angle is what, when added to it, equals 180 degrees.
For example, in your problem, 180°-85°=95°. This means that the supplement of 85° is 95°, since they add up to equal 180 degrees a straight angle.
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