Mathematics

Find the supplement of the following angle.
$$135^o$$.


SOLUTION
We know that, pair of angles are said to be supplementary angles if their sum is equal to 180$$^\circ$$.
Let, $$x$$ be the supplement angle for $$135^o$$.
so, 
$$135^\circ+x=180^\circ$$
     $$=>          x=45^\circ$$
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