# What is the complement and supplement of a 16 degree angle?

## What is the complement and supplement of a 16 degree angle?

The complement of 16° is the angle that when added to 16° forms a right angle (90° ).

**What is the supplement of a 15 degree angle?**

The supplement of 15° is the angle that when added to 15° forms a straight angle (180° ).

**What is the supplement of a degree angle?**

The supplement of an angle is obtained by subtracting it from 180 degrees. Thus the angle that is supplementary to 84 degrees is 180o – 84o = 96o.

### What is the supplement of 17 degrees?

Trigonometry Examples The supplement of 17° is the angle that when added to 17° forms a straight angle (180° ).

**What type of angle is 67 degrees?**

Acute Angle – An angle less than 90 degrees. Right Angle – An angle that is exactly 90 degrees. Obtuse Angle – An angle more than 90 degrees and less than 180 degrees.

**How do you find 16 complement?**

Method : 16’s complement subtraction steps :

- At first, find 16’s complement of the B(subtrahend).
- Then add it to the A(minuend).
- If the final carry over of the sum is 1, then it is dropped and the result is positive.
- If there is no carry over, then 16’s complement of the sum is the final result and it is negative.

## What is the supplementary angle of 100?

Answer: An angle measuring 100 degrees would be supplementary to any angle measuring 80 degrees, but it cannot be called supplementary by itself. “Complementary” and “supplementary” are terms that describe the relationship between two angles.

**What is the supplement of a 25 degree angle?**

Trigonometry Examples The supplement of 25° is the angle that when added to 25° forms a straight angle (180° ).

**How do you know if an angle is supplementary?**

Two Angles are Supplementary when they add up to 180 degrees. Notice that together they make a straight angle. But the angles don’t have to be together.

### What are 2 examples of supplementary angles?

Supplementary angles are those angles that measure up to 180 degrees. For example, angle 130° and angle 50° are supplementary because on adding 130° and 50° we get 180°….Some of the examples of supplementary angles are:

- 120° + 60° = 180°
- 90° + 90° = 180°
- 140° + 40° = 180°
- 96° + 84° = 180°

**What is the complement of 49 degrees?**

Trigonometry Examples The complement of 49° is the angle that when added to 49° forms a right angle (90° ).

**What is the complement of 35 degrees?**

The complement of 35° is the angle that when added to 35° forms a right angle (90° ).

## How to find the supplement of an angle?

SOLUTION: the supplement of an angle is 16 degrees more than three times the complement. Find the measure of the angle SOLUTION: the supplement of an angle is 16 degrees more than three times the complement.

**What is the complement of a 16 degree angle?**

so the compliment of a 16 degree angle is a 74 degree angle

**How many degrees are in a supplementary angle?**

Similarly, complementary angles add up to 90 degrees. The two supplementary angles, if joined together, form a straight line and a straight angle. But it should be noted that the two angles that are supplementary to each other, do not have to be next to each other.

### When do Addes together equal 90 degrees what do you get?

complimentary angles when addes together equal 90 degrees so. 16+x(complimentary angle) must equal 90 16+x=90 subt 16 from both sides. and you get x=74. so the compliment of a 16 degree angle is a 74 degree angle.