An angle is equal to one-third of its complement. find the angle's measure.

[tex]An angle is equal to one-third of its complement. find the angle's measure.[/tex]

Skip to content# An angle is equal to one-third of its complement. find the angle’s measure.

##
This Post Has 3 Comments

### Leave a Reply

An angle is equal to one-third of its complement. find the angle's measure.

[tex]An angle is equal to one-third of its complement. find the angle's measure.[/tex]

40 x 50 = 2000

step-by-step explanation:

any options?

step-by-step explanation:

[tex]Abox has a length of 6 centimeters a width of 4 centimeters and a height of 5 centimeters jen filled[/tex]

Let [tex]x^\circ[/tex] be the measure of the angle in question. Its complement has measure [tex](90-x)^\circ[/tex]. We're told that this angle is congruent to 1/3 of its complement, so that

[tex]x^\circ=\dfrac{(90-x)^\circ}3\implies3x^\circ=(90-x)^\circ\implies4x^\circ=90^\circ\implies x=22.5^\circ[/tex]