An angle exceeds its supplement by 50`. What is its supplement?

Solution:

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

Now let assum that one of the angle be a^{o}, the the other angle will be (a + 50)^{o}.

Then:

a + (a + 50) = 180

2a = 180 - 50

a = 130/2 = 65^{o}.

So the so other angle will be (65 + 50)^{o} = 115^{o}.

**Ans: The supplement angles are 65 ^{o} 115^{o}.**

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