Finding the complement and supplement of an angle in radians



👉 Learn how to find the complement and the supplement of a given angle. Two angles are said to be complementary if they add up to 90 degrees (pi/2 in radians) and are said to be supplementary if they add up to 180 degrees (pi in radians). To find the complement of a given angle in radians we subtract the given angle from pi/2 and to find the supplement of a given angle in radians we subtract the given angle from pi.

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