2.  Use your construction of cardboard strips and your geometry set to draw adjacent angles in which:

a)  both angles are equal

b)  both angles are obtuse

c)  both angles are acute

d)  one angle is acute and the other is obtuse

e)  the angles are complementary

f)  the angles are supplementary 
3.  Is it possible to draw the following angles? If yes, draw them.
If no, explain why it is not possible.

a)  Two adjacent obtuse angles that are complementary.

b)  Two adjacent angles, one acute and one obtuse that are supplementary.

c)  Two reflex angles that are adjacent.

d)  Two adjacent acute angles that are supplementary.

e)  Two adjacent congruent angles that are supplementary.

f)  Two adjacent congruent angles that are complementary.

g)  Three adjacent angles, one reflex angle, one acute angle and one obtuse angle. 