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In Geometry, angle defined as a figure formed by the two rays that meet at one common endpoint.
The concept of angles is very important because it is associated in all geometric figures with corners and in all parallel lines crossing each other.
When two straight lines crossed each other, they form pairs of angles. In this worksheet, we will tackle four pairs of angles namely: supplementary, complementary, vertical and adjacent angles.
Supplementary Angles are angles that form a straight line or what we call a linear pair. Linear pair has an angle that measures 180 degrees. Thus, if you have 2 angles that are equal to 180 degrees when added together, you have supplementary angles.
Complementary angles are angles, as the name itself, complement each others. These are angles that form a corner that measures 90 degrees.
Vertical Angles are a pair of nonadjacent angles formed by two lines crossing each other.
Adjacent angles are angles that share the same vertex and lie on the same side but do not overlap.
Understanding Supplementary, Complementary, Vertical and Adjacent Angles Worksheets
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