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babyj

  • 2 years ago

one of the angles formed on a straight line measures 93 what was the measure of its supplement

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  1. krypton
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    A supplemental angle is 180 degrees from the original angle. (two angles added together = 180) If you extend the intersecting line through the straight line, it would cross the straight line at 87 degrees. 93+87=180

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