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Need some help with this question. Please help lol

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  1. anonymous
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  2. Vocaloid
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    uh, ok, it tells us that complementary angles add up to be 90 degrees is there any more information?

  3. anonymous
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    No that's it

  4. Vocaloid
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    huh, that's odd, it's just making a statement so there's nothing to answer

  5. Vocaloid
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    there's nothing you need to do here

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    Does that help?

  8. Vocaloid
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    oh, ok, that makes more sense

  9. Vocaloid
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    ok, well, the Law of Detachment means that, given the following information for statements p and q: 1. If p, then q 2. p is true 3. then q is true

  10. Vocaloid
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    in this case, we are given the statement, "if the measures of two angles have a sum of 90 then they are complementary" and the statement "m<a + m<b = 90", then we conclude that m<a and m<b are complementary

  11. Vocaloid
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    yeahh, this is kinda hard to explain but hopefully that makes sense

  12. anonymous
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    thanks that helps a little bit lol :)

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