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An angle plus its complement must equal 90 degrees. Could you now find the complement of 40 degrees?
how do I figure out the measurement of the compliment? 90-40??
Would 40+50 = 90?
Two angles are complementary if there sum is \(90^\circ\)
yes, thank you, this is my 1st time using this website, super cool :)
Yes, but we are not in a English forum :P
Well then, they must be complements. Very good. And welcome.
how do I figure out the measurement of the supplement?
An angle plus its supplement must equal 180 degrees.
Sum is \( 180^\circ \implies \) supplementary.
so if the angle measurement is 10degrees, the supplement is 170? 180-10?
You are correct.
whoo hoo, I got it!
you must be very smart.
haha, if i was, I wouldn't be on here looking for help!!
what is a supplementary angle?
If an angle is 30 degrees the supplementary angle is 150. It is just another way of referring to the supplement.
how do i figure that out?
The same way you find the supplement. What is the supplement of 60 degrees?
i have to draw two intersecting lines. Then i have to label the vertical, adjacent and the supplementary angles.
Vertical angles: 1 and 3 2 and 4 Supplementary angles: 1 and 2 3 and 4 1 and 4 2 and 3 Adjacent angles 1 and 2 1 and 4 3 and 4 2 and 3
adjacent angles have a common side between them. Supplementary angles make a straight angle (180 degrees is a straight angle)