# Missing Angles Practice

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- Q1Complement of 82°172°2°8°82°30s
- Q2Complement of 31°121°59°191°21°30s
- Q3Complement of 7°73°97°83°173°30s
- Q4Complement of 64°116°154°26°244°30s
- Q5Supplement of 34°146°214°124°56°30s
- Q6Supplement of 100°80°280°190°10°30s
- Q7Supplement of 67°247°157°113°23°30s
- Q8Supplement of 125°35°305°55°215°30s
- Q9Which are the interior angles?1, 3, 5, 73, 4, 5, 61, 2, 7, 82, 4, 6, 830s
- Q10What are all the exterior angles?5, 6, 7, 81, 2, 3, 41, 2, 7, 83, 4, 5, 630s
- Q11What is the transversal?line mline nangle 1line t30s
- Q12Which angles are corresponding?1 and 21 and 41 and 51 and 830s
- Q13If m∠6 = 75°, what is the measure of m∠1?m∠105°m∠165°m∠15°m∠75°30s
- Q14If m∠6 = 75°, what is the measure of m∠2?m∠15°m∠20°m∠105°m∠75°30s
- Q15Light strikes a flat mirror at an angle of 63° and is reflected at the same angle. What is the measure of the angle between the angle at which light strikes the mirror and the angle at which it is reflected? (HINT: The three angles add to form a straight angle.)117°54°There is not enough information to solve.63°30s