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Lime

  • 2 years ago

More angles! Are 3 and 4 complementary?

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  1. Lime
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  2. completeidiot
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    do you know the definition of complementary angles?

  3. Lime
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    |dw:1346201932222:dw|

  4. Lime
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    Poor drawing, but yes.

  5. completeidiot
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    please define complementary angles

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    g|dw:1346202060912:dw|

  7. Lime
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    Complementary angles are angles whose sum is 90 degrees.

  8. completeidiot
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    complementary angles are just angles that add up to 90 degrees so what is the sum of angles 3 and 4?

  9. Lime
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    The sum of angles 3 and 4 are/is 30 degrees and 60 degrees = 90 degrees?

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    |dw:1346202538368:dw| how is this 30 degrees, its way obviously an obtuse angle

  11. completeidiot
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    also understand that straight lines|dw:1346202606723:dw| are equal to 180 degrees

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    |dw:1346202686542:dw|

  13. Lime
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    I meant angle 4 was about 30 degrees.

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    ok then how is angle 3 60 degrees?

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    Angle 3 is more than that. About 150?

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    ok then 30+150 = 90???

  17. completeidiot
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    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???

  18. Lime
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    No.

  19. completeidiot
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    good job

  20. completeidiot
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    angles 3 and 4 would be considered supplementary angles because the sum is equal to 180 degrees

  21. Lime
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    Got it.

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