# What is the measure of the supplement of a 35 degree angle?

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The supplement of an angle is the angle that, when added to the original angle, results in a sum of 180 degrees. Therefore, to find the measure of the supplement of a 35-degree angle, subtract 35 degrees from 180 degrees:

180 degrees - 35 degrees = 145 degrees.

So, the measure of the supplement of a 35-degree angle is 145 degrees.

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