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Complementary and Supplementary Angles
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What is an Angle?
An angle is two lines that make an end point.
Complementary Angles 2 angles are complementary if their sum is exactly 90°.
Supplementary Angles 2 angles are supplementary if their sum is exactly 180°.
What's the compliment of angles A,B and C?
What's the supplement of J,H and K?
Find a supplement of M,O, and A.(Left Picture)
Find a complement of M, O, and B. (Right Picture)
Complementary and Supplementary Angles Slide
Complementary Angles
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An angle is two lines that make an end point.
Complementary Angles 2 angles are complementary if their sum is exactly 90°.
Supplementary Angles 2 angles are supplementary if their sum is exactly 180°.
What's the compliment of angles A,B and C?
What's the supplement of J,H and K?
Find a supplement of M,O, and A.(Left Picture)
Find a complement of M, O, and B. (Right Picture)
Complementary and Supplementary Angles Slide
Complementary Angles