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# Find the measure of an angle which is 20° more than its complement.

Answer :

Let x be the angle.

According to question, x is 20° more than its complement.

So, another angle is x - 20°

As we know that, sum of compliment is 90°

So,

x + x - 20° = 90°

2x = 110°

x =55°

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