Mathematics

Supplementary angle of 100$^o$ is

80$^o$

SOLUTION
Supplementary angles are two angles that have a sum of $180^o.$

The given supplementary angle is $100^o$ and we have to find other.

$\Rightarrow$  Supplementary angle $=180^o-100^o$
$=80^o$.

$\therefore$  Supplementary angle of $100^o$ is $80^o.$.

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