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## Wednesday, February 15, 2012

### GET THE GOOF: February 15

1. the angle is supposed to be complementary because 50+40=90 because it =s 90 degrees

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2. thr answer is wrong because the 90 was suppose to be 180 degrees and thats how you get your answer.

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3. The problem is not 180 degrees.It is suppose to equal 180 but it equals 90 degrees. Table 4 Section 2

4. the problem is wrong because the answer is not 40 it is ten because a is 50 and b is 40 so 40-50=10 so it is ten and it is a complamenary angle.

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5. the anawer is wrong because the answer is 180 degrees.

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6. they forgot to add the 2 number instead of subtract. and they put 90 instead of 40

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7. is wrong because is not a sumplementary angle because sumplementary anfke measure 180 deegres and they put

8. they are not suppose to subtract they are suppose to multiply which equals 360 degrees

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9. sec3 table3 they are suppose to add not subtract and it would be 50 + 40= 90degrees

10. It is wrong because its suppoose to be an conplemantary angle

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11. it is an actue becase if it is less than 90 it is a acute
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12. the goof is that the are complementary angles angles add up to 90
because 50 plus 40 equals 90.complementary angles equal 90.
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13. Its not supplementary it is complemintary.

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14. this problem is wrong because that is complementary and you have to add the angles to get 90.

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15. the answer is incorrect because supplementary is for 180 degree and since they subtracted it is complementary.section1 table2

16. the problem is that they did supplementry instead of complementry. section1 table4

17. They did complementary angle not supplementary. The answer is a equals 50 & b equals 130 that equals 180 thats supplementary.

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18. The person did complementary instead of suplementary.I know because sumplementary is 180 degrees and complementary is 90 degrees.

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