These numbers are supplementary not complementary. section 2 table 4

the answer is wrong because 50+130=180 so the complementry is 180.section-2table-3

IS WRONG BECAUSE THE ANGLE GOT MIX UP AND THEN THEY PUT THE WRONG ONE THE RIGHT ANGLE IS WRONG.TABLE6 SECTION4

its not 90 because its a complementary angle but its soposed to be a suplementary anglesec 4 table 5

the answer to this problem is a supplementary angle and 180 degrees Section4table4

SEC3 TABLE3 THE ANSWER IS WRONG BECAUSE THE 130 IS SUPPOSE TO BE 40 SO 40 AND 50 =90' DEGREES

its wrong because 130 its suppose to be 90sec 3table 5

it is wrong because it does not mean 90 degrees it = 180 not 90 is the answer is 180 degreesteam 4 section 3

complementary angles are not 90 degrees they are 180 degreestable6section3

the problem is that the angles that add up to 180 degrees are called supplementary. table2 section3

the problem is that they were supposed to add.but they subtracted.the answer is 180 degrees. table4 sec1

They said that 50 degrees plus 130 degrees is 90 degrees but its nottable 3section 1

did supplementary angles because there is an acute angle that has 130 degrees.section1 table 2

These numbers are supplementary not complementary. section 2 table 4

ReplyDeletethe answer is wrong because 50+130=180 so the complementry is 180.

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IS WRONG BECAUSE THE ANGLE GOT MIX UP AND THEN THEY PUT THE WRONG ONE THE RIGHT ANGLE IS WRONG.

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its not 90 because its a complementary angle but its soposed to be a suplementary angle

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the answer to this problem is a supplementary angle and 180 degrees

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SEC3 TABLE3 THE ANSWER IS WRONG BECAUSE THE 130 IS SUPPOSE TO BE 40 SO 40 AND 50 =90' DEGREES

ReplyDeleteits wrong because 130 its suppose to be 90

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it is wrong because it does not mean 90 de

ReplyDeletegrees it = 180 not 90 is the answer is 180 degrees

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complementary angles are not 90 degrees they are 180 degrees

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the problem is that the angles that add up to 180 degrees are called supplementary.

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the problem is that they were supposed to add.but they subtracted.the answer is 180 degrees. table4 sec1

ReplyDeleteThey said that 50 degrees plus 130 degrees is 90 degrees but its not

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did supplementary angles because there is an acute angle that has 130 degrees.section1 table 2

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