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What angle is complementary to 47 degrees?
43 degrees.
33 degrees.
93 degrees.
133 degrees.
Detailed Explanation
Two angles are complementary if they add up to 90 degrees. This means that the complementary angle to 47 degrees is equal to 90-47 = 43 degrees.
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