Mathematics

If the supplement  of an angle is $130^{\circ}$, then find its complement.

SOLUTION
Supplement of an angle = $130^o$
Let the angle be $x^o$
Then, $x^o + 130^o = 180^o$
$\therefore x = 50^o$
Now, complement of the angle = $90^o - x = 90^o - 50^o$
$= 40^o$

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