Without writing a proof, explain the conclusion for the following problem.
Given: 

Prove: 

(HINT: Use the result from Exercise 29.)
To explain:
The conclusion for the given problem.
Given:
The given figure is,
It is given that angles 2 and 3 are complemetry.
Approach:
If the sum of two angles is
Calculation:
The angles
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