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Two angles are called complementary is they add up to 90o. E.g. two acute angles in a right triangle are complementary.
Two angles, the sum of whose measures is ninety degrees. Concept attainment: The process of creating categories by grouping similar objects and ideas…and by finding those attributes that are absolutely essential to the meaning and disregarding those that are not. The adult's role in the child's concept attainment process is to provide an enriched, idea-filled environment so that many examples of many concepts are encountered, and information and feedback regarding the accuracy of the concept definitions are given.
Two angles that add to give 90°, such as the two non-right angles in a right triangle, or the two angles on either side of a line that bisects a right angle. In the image to the right, lines AP and BP create a right angle. CP bisects this right angle. Angles and 2 are complementary, since they add to give 90°. See this link to Math League for more information on complementary angles.
Two angles for which the sum of their measures is 90 degrees
two angles whose measures total 90o.
Two angles that have a sum of 90 degrees.
The two angles involved when the sum is 90°. Composite Number - A composite number has at least one other factor aside from its own. A composite number cannot be a prime number.
two angles the sum of whose measures is 90°.
Two angles whose measures total 90°.
Two angles whose measures have the sum 90.
two angles whose sum is a right angle
two angles, the sum of which is exactly 90º.