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What angle is 14 times its own complement?

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  1. campbell_st
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    so the ratio is 1:14 so there are 15 parts in the ratio you need to know complementary angles add to 90 divide 90 by 15 to find the value of 1 part and them mulitply the answer by 14 and see if the 2 angles sum to 90

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