Mathematics

What is the complement of the angle 178 degrees and 100 degrees


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rishimisra15

4 years ago Comment

Best answer

[latex]Complement - x \\ \\ 178 + x = 90 \\ \\ x = 90-178 = -88. \\\\\\Complement-y \\ \\ 100 + y = 90 \\ \\ y = 90-100 = -10[/latex]

Thus, the complement of 178 is -88 degrees and complement of 100 is -10.

Polieke

4 years ago Comment

[latex]The\ complement\ of\ an\ angle\ \alpha \ is\ the\ angle\ 90^0- \alpha .\\\\ \alpha =178^0\ \ \ \Rightarrow\ \ \ 90^0- \alpha =90^0-178^0=-88^0\\\\\alpha =110^0\ \ \ \Rightarrow\ \ \ 90^0- \alpha =90^0-110^0=-20^0[/latex]