Mathematics

Find the complement of the following angle:
$$60^\circ$$


SOLUTION
Two angles are said to be complementary if the sum of their measures is $$90^\circ.$$
The given angle is $$60^\circ$$
Let the measure of its complement be $$x^\circ.$$
Then,
$$ \implies x + 60 = 90$$
$$ \implies x = 90 - 60$$
$$ \implies x = 30^\circ$$
Hence, the complement of the given angle measures $$30^\circ$$.
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