5:4:1 Complementary And Supplementary Angles

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• 1.

Find the complement of 560

• A.

34 degrees

• B.

124 degrees

A. 34 degrees
• 2.

Find the complement of 430

• A.

47 degrees

• B.

137 degrees

A. 47 degrees
• 3.

The sum of two complementary angles is...

• A.

90 degrees

• B.

180 degrees

A. 90 degrees
Explanation
Complementary angles are two angles that add up to 90 degrees. So, if we have two complementary angles, their sum will always be 90 degrees.

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• 4.

Find the supplement of 640

• A.

26 degrees

• B.

116 degrees

B. 116 degrees
Explanation
The question asks for the supplement of 640, which means finding the angle that, when added to 640, will equal 180 degrees. Since 640 + 116 equals 756, which is not equal to 180, it can be concluded that 116 degrees is not the correct answer. Therefore, an explanation for the given correct answer of 116 degrees is not available.

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• 5.

Find the supplement of 890

• A.

1 degree

• B.

91 degrees

B. 91 degrees
• 6.

The sum of two supplementary angles is...

• A.

90 degrees

• B.

180 degrees

B. 180 degrees
Explanation
The sum of two supplementary angles is 180 degrees because supplementary angles are a pair of angles that add up to form a straight angle, which measures 180 degrees.

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