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TRUE OR FALSE If two angles are complements of the same angle, then they are equal in mesaure
but how do u KNOW that?
i thought it was false because if the two 90 degree angles come from one point, the sum would be 180
@pitankar That does qualify as an idea but not an explanation :)
angles which add up to 90 are complementary, thus 90-a and 90-b then a =b. where a and be are compliments to the same angle.
If something is a complement of an angle, then it is equal 90 minus original angle. If the other angle is also a complement, it equals the same thing.
@pitankar has it right above...
CONGRUENT COMPLEMENT THEOREM: If two angles are complements of the same angle (or of congruent angles), then the two angles are congruent. < means "Angle". Hypothesis:<1 and <2 are complementary.<2 and <3 are complementary. Conclusion: <1 equal and congruent to <3. I hope thats help.