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The supplement of a complement 2019-01-25
From Andrei:
The value of the supplement of the complement of 8 is ?.
Answered by Penny Nom.
What angle s its own supplement? 2019-01-25
From Ciara:
What is the angle of it's own supplement?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Supplementary angles 2008-11-10
From Anna:
<A and <B are supplementary angles. Twice the measure of <B is one-fourth the measure of <A. Find the measure of both angles.
Answered by Penny Nom.
Supplementary angles 2008-09-11
From Shanaz:
Find an angle such that 3 times its supplement equals 450.
Answered by Penny Nom.
Finding the supplementary angles 2006-04-22
From Kendra:
Angles ABC and DBA are supplementary. If m
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
Supplementary angles 2004-09-23
From Rosemary:
Is the term supplementary angles only applicable to 2 angles (ie. a pair of angles) or can it be used when talking about 3 or more angles that add to make 180 degrees?
Answered by Penny Nom.
What are adjacent angles that equal 360 called? 2000-11-22
From David:
I know that supplementary angles add to 180 degrees and that commplementary angles add up to be 90 degrees, but what are adjacent angles that equal 360 degrees called?
Answered by Chris Fisher.
Supplementary angles 2000-05-09
From Suzanne:
We know that: Supplementary angles are two angles whose sum equals 180 degrees and complementary angles are two angles whose sum equals 90 degrees. Are supplementary and complementary angles necessarily adjacent? or can they be non-adjacent?
Answered by Chris Fisher.
Complementary and Supplementary Angles 1998-10-21
From Christina Saunders:
I am in 9th grade and my math teacher wanted us to find out why complimentary angles are called complimentary and why supplimentary angles are called supplimentary. I have looked everywhere and asked numerous people, but I have yet to find an answer. My math teacher said it had something to do with trigonometry. Do you have an answer for me?
Answered by Chris Fisher and Penny Nom.



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