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What is the classification of angles 1 and 2? (Picture in comments)

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Angle 1 is an obtuse(greater than 90 degrees) and angle 2 is an acute(less than 90 degrees) and as they are both on the same straight line they add up to equal 180 degrees.
I'm speaking in terms of complementary and supplementary.

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ahhhh ok. u didnt state that. They are together suplimentary(two angles whose sum makes up a 180 degree angle) Complimentary is when the sum of two angles make up a 90 degree angle.
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Yes so it's suplimentary?
both together are suplimentary
Ok thanks!
no problem. Goodluck.
1 and 2 are supplementary. Both add to 180 degree.

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