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An angle whose measure is EXACTLY 180 degrees.
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An angle whose measure is EXACTLY 180 degrees.
Striaght Angle.
Two angles whose sum is 180 degrees are called?
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Two angles whose sum is 180 degrees are called?
Supplementary Angles.
Two angles whose sum is 90 degrees are called ?
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Two angles whose sum is 90 degrees are called ?
Complementary Angles.
Angles which are opposite and congruent are called?
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Angles which are opposite and congruent are called?
Vertical Angles.
Two angles that share a common vertex and a common side but do not overlap are called??
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Two angles that share a common vertex and a common side but do not overlap are called??
Adjacent Angles.
What is the complement of an angle that measures 28 degrees?
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What is the complement of an angle that measures 28 degrees?
90 - 28 = 62 degrees
What is the complement of an angle that measures 89 degrees?
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What is the complement of an angle that measures 89 degrees?
90 - 89 = 1degree.
what is the complement of an angles that measures 37.5 degrees?
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what is the complement of an angles that measures 37.5 degrees?
90 - 37.5 = 52.5 degrees.
What is the complement of two angles that have measures of 34 degrees and 13 degrees?
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What is the complement of two angles that have measures of 34 degrees and 13 degrees?
90 - 34 - 13 = 43 degrees or 90 - (34 + 13) = 43 degrees.
What is the complement of two angles whose measures are 21 degrees and 23.5 degrees?
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What is the complement of two angles whose measures are 21 degrees and 23.5 degrees?
90 - 21 - 53.5 = 15.5 degrees or 90 - (21 + 53.5) = 15.5 degrees.
What is the supplement of an angle that measures 101 degrees?
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What is the supplement of an angle that measures 101 degrees?
180 - 101 = 70 degrees.
What is the supplement of an angle that measures 80 degrees?
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What is the supplement of an angle that measures 80 degrees?
180 - 80 = 100 degrees.
What is the supplement of an angle that measures 127.5 degrees?
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What is the supplement of an angle that measures 127.5 degrees?
180 - 127.5 = 52.5 degrees.
What is the supplement of two angles that measures 72 degrees and 65 degrees??
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What is the supplement of two angles that measures 72 degrees and 65 degrees??
180 - 72 - 65 = 43 degrees
What is the supplement of two angles that measures 36.5 degrees and 14.25 degrees??
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What is the supplement of two angles that measures 36.5 degrees and 14.25 degrees??
180 - 36.5 - 14.25 = 129.25 degrees or 180 - (36.5 + 14.25) = 129.25 degrees
Angle A and Angle C are vertical angles. Angle A measures 25 degrees, what is the measure of angle C?
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Angle A and Angle C are vertical angles. Angle A measures 25 degrees, what is the measure of angle C?
angle C = 25 degrees.
Angle A and Angle C are vertical angles. Angle A measures 39 degrees, what is the measure of angle C?
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Angle A and Angle C are vertical angles. Angle A measures 39 degrees, what is the measure of angle C?
angle c = 39 degrees.
Angle A and Angle C are vertical angles. Angle A measures 56 degrees, what is the measure of angle C?
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Angle A and Angle C are vertical angles. Angle A measures 56 degrees, what is the measure of angle C?
angle C = 56 degrees
Angles A and C are Vertical Angles. Angle A measures 42 degrees. What is the supplement of Angle A?
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Angles A and C are Vertical Angles. Angle A measures 42 degrees. What is the supplement of Angle A?
180 - 42 = 138 degrees
Angles A and C are Vertical Angles. Angle A measures 78 degrees. What is the supplement of Angle A?
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Angles A and C are Vertical Angles. Angle A measures 78 degrees. What is the supplement of Angle A?
180 - 78 = 92 degrees.
What type of angle measures 34 dgerees?
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What type of angle measures 34 dgerees?
Acute.
What type of angle measures 91 dgerees?
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What type of angle measures 91 dgerees?
Obtuse.
Angle 1 measures 73 degrees and angle 2 measures 107 degrees. angles 1 and 2 are ?
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Angle 1 measures 73 degrees and angle 2 measures 107 degrees. angles 1 and 2 are ?
Supplementary.
What type of angle measures 90 dgerees?
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What type of angle measures 90 dgerees?
Right Angle.
Angle 1 measures 59 degrees and angle 2 measures 121 degrees. angles 1 and 2 are ?
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Angle 1 measures 59 degrees and angle 2 measures 121 degrees. angles 1 and 2 are ?
Supplementary.
Angle A and Angle C are vertical angles. Angle A measures 56 degrees, what is the measure of angle B?
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Angle A and Angle C are vertical angles. Angle A measures 56 degrees, what is the measure of angle B?
180 - 56 = 124 degrees.




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