How do I find the complement and supplement of an angle that is a variable?

My maths homework says to find the complement and supplement of each angle. I can do this with normal angles but one problem says "g°". How am I supposed to find the complement or supplement of a variable angle? I never learned this.

complement of angle g° = 90° – g°

supplement of angle g° = 180° – g°

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One Response to “How do I find the complement and supplement of an angle that is a variable?”

  1. Julian says:

    complement of angle g° = 90° – g°

    supplement of angle g° = 180° – g°

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