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An angle consists of two rays or lines having the same endpoint (vertex). An angle is formed when two rays meet at an endpoint. The endpoint is called the vertex… of the angle. The measure of an angle tells how far one side is turned from the other side -0 degrees is no turn and 360 degrees is one full turn. You can name angles by how their measures compare to 90 degrees or 180 degrees. There are 4 types of angles, acute angle, right angle, obtuse angle, and straight angle. An acute angle is an angle that measures less than 90 degrees. A right angle is an angle that measures exactly 90 degrees. A straight angle measures exactly 180 degrees. (MORE)

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There is diffrent kind of angles like thesse.First,there is an acute angle for example 40 deegrees.Next. there is a right angle witch is exactly 90 deegrees.Also,there is an o…btuse angle that is always higher than 90 deegees like 151 deegrees.Now ,the straight angle witch is half of a protractor 180 deegrees.Lasttly,reflex angle witch is higher than 180 deegrees...210,320,198 deegrese.Those are the angles. (MORE)

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A supplementary angle can not be a complementary angle. The complementary angle has 2 angles equal 90... but a supplementary angle is X2 that much (108). * * * * * Nearly corr…ect. 90 x 2 is 180, not 108! (MORE)

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Vertical angles can be supplementary angles if the lines are perpendicular and then both of the vertical angles would be 90 digress.

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Two angles are complementary if the sum of their measures is 90 degrees. Two angles are supplementary if the sum of their measures is 180 degrees.

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a suplementary angle is when 2 or more angles join to create a 180 degree angle, so if an acute angle is adjacent to another angle and the total number of degrees create…d is 180, then yes it is a suplementary angle. (MORE)

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They are alike in that they are all triangles when you close them. They are different because they are all different degree amounts.

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Complementary angles are angles that always add to 90° (ninety degrees). They are usually adjacent to each other, however in theory do not have to be. An example is: Angle "…a" is 38°, and is situated next to, or adjacent to Angle "b" which is 52°. In this case, both angles (38 and 52) sum to ninety degrees, which means Angle a is complementary with, or to, Angle b. Another example is: Angle "a" is 56°, and is situated next to, or adjacent to Angle "b" which is 43°. In this case, both angles (56 and 43) do not sum to ninety degrees, which means Angle a is not complementary with, or to, Angle b. Complementary angles are studied in conjunction with supplementary angles (angles which sum to 180°) and angles at a point (angles which sum to 360°). Note: There does not have to be only two angles (however this is the minimum requirement, because a ninety degree angle can't have a complement of 0°). There can be three, five, ten, twenty, or whatever number of angles you wish (remember, you are not limited to there being ninety one degree angles because angles can have decimal points too, i.e. 56.32°). Hope this helped. (MORE)

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The angles of incidence and reflection are the angles between the normal to the reflector and the arriving/leaving light ray respectively. They're equal, which is… a big help in solving problems that involve reflection. -- When the angle of incidence is zero, that means that the incident light hits the mirror perpendicularly, and it leaves along the same path on which it arrived. -- When the angle of incidence is 90 degrees, the angle of reflection is too. The light arrives and leaves parallel to the mirror at the reflection point. I wouldn't call that much of a reflection, because the light never changes direction, and it doesn't really matter whether the mirror is even there or not. (MORE)

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In the context of congruent triangle theorems, it means that a pair of angles in corresponding locations in two triangles, and the sides that are included between them, are co…ngruent. That being the case, the two triangles are congruent. (MORE)