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More angles! Are 3 and 4 complementary?

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do you know the definition of complementary angles?
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Poor drawing, but yes.
please define complementary angles
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Complementary angles are angles whose sum is 90 degrees.
complementary angles are just angles that add up to 90 degrees so what is the sum of angles 3 and 4?
The sum of angles 3 and 4 are/is 30 degrees and 60 degrees = 90 degrees?
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I meant angle 4 was about 30 degrees.
ok then how is angle 3 60 degrees?
Angle 3 is more than that. About 150?
ok then 30+150 = 90???
complementary angles are the sum of 2 angles that equal 90 degrees but 30 +150 does not equal 90 degrees So are your 2 angles complementary???
No.
good job
angles 3 and 4 would be considered supplementary angles because the sum is equal to 180 degrees
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