An angle is 32 (Degrees) less than 3 times its supplement. Find the angle

Answer:

Let us assume that one of the angle is x^{o}, then the other angle will be (3x - 32)^{o}.

As we know that when the sum of two ngles are equal to 180^{o} then they are caleed supplementary angles.

So the equation we get:

x + (3x - 32) = 180

4x - 32 = 180

4x = 180 + 32 = 212

x = 212/4 = 53^{o}.

Since one angle is 53^{o}, then the other angle will be (3 x 53 - 32) = 127^{o}.

**Ans; 53 ^{o} and 127^{o}.**

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