Write a function f that maps the measure x (in degrees) of an angle to the measure of its complement (in degrees). Describe the domain of the function.
Write a function f that maps the measure x (in degrees) of an angle to the measure of its complement (in degrees). Describe the domain of the function.
$f(x)=90-(x \mod~ 90)$ Now you explain that answer.
Write a function f that maps the measure x (in degrees) of an angle to the measure of its complement (in degrees). Describe the domain of the function.
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2. You didn't show any attempt at doing the question yourself
That's all.
Write a function f that maps the measure x (in degrees) of an angle to the measure of its complement (in degrees). Describe the domain of the function.