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The supplement of an acute angle is always what kind of angle?

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  1. LolWolf
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    Consider some acute angle measure \(m\). We know: \[ m<90 \]If we multiply this by negative one, and add 180 to both sides: \[ \begin{align} -m&>-90\implies\\ 180-m&>180-90\implies\\ 180-m&>90 \end{align}\]So, a supplement to an acute angle is always greater than 90 degrees, which means...?

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    So whats the correct answer

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    Acute angle is the answer

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