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science space and astronomy# What is the complement of 44?

Last Updated: 22nd April, 2020

**complement of 44**° is the angle that whenadded to

**44**° forms a right angle (90°).

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Considering this, what is the complement of 40 degrees?

**complement** angles add to 90 **degrees** and**supplement** angles add to 180 **degrees**.**complement** angle to **40 degrees** is 90 - **40** = 50**degrees** and the **supplement** angle to **40 degrees**is 180 - **40** = 140 **degrees**.

Secondly, what is the supplement of the complement of a 42 degree angle? Solution: Bydefinition, the **complement** of an **angle** is , and the**supplement** of an **angle** is . Thus, the **complementof a 42**-**degree angle** is **degrees**, and the**supplement** of a 48-**degree angle** is**degrees**.

Also know, what is the complement of 43?

180 - **43** = 137° The supplement of**43**° is 137°. To determine the **complement**,subtract the given angle from 90. 90 - **43** = 47° The**complement of 43**° is 47°.

What is the complement of 65?

Angles of measure 25° and **65**° arecomplementary angles. The angle of 25° is the **complement**of the angle of **65**° and the angle of **65**° isthe **complement** of the angle of 25°.