Mathematics

Find the angle which is supplementary of itself. 


SOLUTION
Two angles are supplementary when sum of them is $$180^0$$
Let $$x$$ be the angle.
If supplementary of $$x$$ is $$x$$
$$x+x=180\Rightarrow 2x=180$$
$$x=90^0$$ is angle which is 
supplementary of itself.
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