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# Find the measure of the supplment of an angle that measures 56 degrees?

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- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
You would just do 180-56 to equal 124 degrees

supplementary angles add up together to equal 180 degres or a straight line

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- 1 decade ago
For any angle A between 0° and 180°, the supplement of A is 180° – A

so 180-56 = 124

the supplement of an angle that measures 56° degrees is 124° degrees

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- hayharbrLv 71 decade ago
Supplements add up to 180 so subtract 180 - 56 to get it.

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