Contents

- 1 What are 2 examples of supplementary angles?
- 2 What is supplementary angle?
- 3 How do you find supplementary angles?
- 4 Can 3 angles be supplementary?
- 5 Can two angles be supplementary Both of them are?
- 6 How do you know if its complementary or supplementary?
- 7 Which pair of angles must be supplementary?
- 8 What is a requirement of supplementary angles?
- 9 How do you solve supplementary and complementary angles?
- 10 What is the supplementary angle of 50?
- 11 How do you solve supplementary?
- 12 What’s the difference between congruent and supplementary angles?
- 13 How do you prove that two angles are supplementary?
- 14 Are same side interior angles supplementary?
- 15 Which pair of angles is supplementary RXZ?

## What are 2 examples of supplementary angles?

**Two Angles** are **Supplementary** when they add up to 180 degrees. They don’t have to be next to each other, just so long as the total is 180 degrees. **Examples**: 60° and 120° are **supplementary angles**.

## What is supplementary angle?

: two **angles** or arcs whose sum is 180 degrees.

## How do you find supplementary angles?

We can **calculate supplementary angles** by subtracting the given one **angle** from 180 degrees. To **find** the other **angle**, use the following **formula**: ∠x = 180° – ∠y or ∠y = 180° – ∠x where ∠x or ∠y is the given **angle**.

## Can 3 angles be supplementary?

Notice the only sets that sum to 180° are the first, fifth, sixth and eighth pairs. The third set has **three angles** that sum to 180°; **three angles** cannot be **supplementary**.

## Can two angles be supplementary Both of them are?

Thus, the **two** acute **angles** cannot be **supplementary angles**. Thus, the **two** obtuses **angles** cannot be **supplementary angles**. Thus, **two** right **angles** are **supplementary angles**.

## How do you know if its complementary or supplementary?

A **complementary** angle is an angle that adds up to 90 degrees. **supplementary** angles add up to 180 degrees. So a **supplementary** angle lies on a single, straight line, and a **complementary** angle is a right angle.

## Which pair of angles must be supplementary?

Two **Angles** are **Supplementary** when they add up to 180 degrees. You didnt add a picture but choose the **angles** that create a straight line, kind of like if you were doing a puzzle.

## What is a requirement of supplementary angles?

**Supplementary angles** are 2 **angles** that have the sum of 180 degrees. Therefore, the **requirement of supplementary angles** is to have the 2 **angles** to equal 180 degrees.

## How do you solve supplementary and complementary angles?

To determine the supplement, subtract the given **angle** from 180. 180 – 43 = 137° The supplement of 43° is 137°. To determine the **complement**, subtract the given **angle** from 90. 90 – 43 = 47° The **complement** of 43° is 47°.

## What is the supplementary angle of 50?

The **supplement** of **50**° is the **angle** that when added to **50**° forms a straight **angle** (180° ).

## How do you solve supplementary?

**Supplementary** Angles

- Let the measure of one of the
**supplementary**angles be a. - Measure of the other angle is 2 times a.
- So, measure of the other angle is 2a.
- If the sum of the measures of two angles is 180°, then the angles are
**supplementary**. - So, a+2a=180°
- 3a=180°
- To isolate a, divide both sides of the equation by 3.
- 3a3=180°3 a=60°

## What’s the difference between congruent and supplementary angles?

When two lines intersect they form two pairs of opposite **angles**, A + C and B + D. Another word for opposite **angles** are vertical **angles**. Vertical **angles** are always **congruent**, which means that they are equal. Two **angles** are said to be **supplementary** when the sum of the two **angles** is 180°.

## How do you prove that two angles are supplementary?

Theorem 10.4: If **two** parallel lines are cut by a transversal, then the interior **angles** on the same side of the transversal are **supplementary angles**. Theorem 10.5: If **two** parallel lines are cut by a transversal, then the exterior **angles** on the same side of the transversal are **supplementary angles**.

## Are same side interior angles supplementary?

**Same side interior angles** are two **angles** that are on the **same side** of the transversal and on the **interior** of (between) the two lines. **Same Side Interior Angles** Theorem: If two parallel lines are cut by a transversal, then the **same side interior angles** are **supplementary**.

## Which pair of angles is supplementary RXZ?

Answer: ∠**RXZ** and ∠YXZ is **supplementary**.