# Complementary and supplementary angles

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- Q1Which pair of angles is complementary?35 degrees and 55 degrees120 degrees and 60 degrees80 degrees and 110 degrees150 degrees and 30 degrees30s
- Q2What are complementary angles?Angles that add up to 180 degreesAngles that add up to 90 degreesAngles that add up to 270 degreesAngles that add up to 45 degrees30s
- Q3What are supplementary angles?Angles that add up to 45 degreesAngles that add up to 90 degreesAngles that add up to 180 degreesAngles that add up to 270 degrees30s
- Q4Which pair of angles is supplementary?110 degrees and 70 degrees45 degrees and 60 degrees100 degrees and 80 degrees30 degrees and 150 degrees30s
- Q5What is the sum of two complementary angles?60 degrees90 degrees45 degrees180 degrees30s
- Q6Which pair of angles is not complementary?120 degrees and 60 degrees80 degrees and 10 degrees50 degrees and 60 degrees30 degrees and 60 degrees30s
- Q7If one angle in a pair of supplementary angles is 120 degrees, what is the measure of the other angle?60 degrees30 degrees90 degrees150 degrees30s
- Q8If one angle in a pair of complementary angles is 40 degrees, what is the measure of the other angle?20 degrees50 degrees90 degrees80 degrees30s
- Q9If one angle in a pair of complementary angles is 70 degrees, what is the measure of the other angle?20 degrees90 degrees50 degrees120 degrees30s
- Q10
Linear pair angles are

vertical

adjacent and supplementary

adjacent

complementary

30s