Tell whether two angles can be as described. Justify your answers. a. vertical and complementary b. vertical and supplementary c. complementary and supplementary

FizeauV 2021-07-02 Answered
Tell whether two angles can be as described. Justify your answers.
a. vertical and complementary
b. vertical and supplementary
c. complementary and supplementary
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Answered 2021-07-03 Author has 83 answers
a.Yes, if the intersecting lines form two 45° angles as vertical angles, then they are also complementary as they add up to 90°.
b.Yes, if the intersecting lines are perpendiclar then the vertical angles are also supplementary as they add up to 180°.
c.No, two complementary angles have a sum of 90° while two supplementary angles have a sum of 180°. This cannot happen at the same time.
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