Complementary Angles Definition of Complementary Angles Complementary angles are two acute angles that add up to give a right angle, 90°.

Examples of Complementary Angles 34°, 56° and 28°, 62° are examples of complementary angles.

Solved Example on Complementary Angles If is 26, then find the measure of its complement. Choices: A. 34° B. 56° C. 64° D. 25° Correct Answer: C Solution: Step 1: Complement of = 90 - = 64.

If is 26, then find the measure of its complement. Choices: A. 34° B. 56° C. 64° D. 25° Correct Answer: C Solution: Step 1: Complement of = 90 - = 64.

If is 26, then find the measure of its complement.

Choices:

A. 34°

B. 56°

C. 64°

D. 25°

Correct Answer: C

Solution:

Step 1: Complement of = 90 - = 64.

Related Terms for Complementary Angles Angle Right Angle Acute Angle

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