IN MATH: 1. n. unit of measure for angles (symbol ); one-three-hundred-sixtieth [1/360] of a complete revolution. EX. The complement of an angle measures . What's the measure of the angle? 2. unit of measure of temperature. EX. Complete: F is the same as C?

IN ENGLISH: 1. n. a level or rank. EX. He had 3rd degree burns on his arm. 2. academic rank or title based on the completion of a program of studies. EX. My degrees are B.A. and M.A. but my desire is to earn a Ph.D. 3. as defined above.

APPLICATION: See list 250.

1. The complement of an angle measures . What's the measure of the angle?

2. Complete: Water freezes at F. This temperature is the same as C.

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