Q. 84.0( 5 Votes )

The supplement of an angle is six times its complement. The measure of this angle is
A. 36°

B. 54°

C. 60°

D. 72°

Answer :

Let x be the angle then,
complement = 90 – x
supplement = 180 – x


According to question,
180 – x = 6(90 – x)
180 – x = 540 – 6x
180 + 5x = 540
5x = 360
x = 72O

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