Pairs of Angles

Angles 1 and 3 are directly across from each other. They are called vertex. They always measure the same. Therefore, if angle 1 measures 27 degrees, angle 3 will measure degrees. 1 2 4 3 Angles 2 and 4 are also directly across from each other. They are vertex. They always measure the same. Therefore, if angle 2 measures 153 degrees, angle 4 will measure degrees. 1 2 4 3 Angles 1 and 3 are directly across from each other. They are called vertex. They always measure the same. Therefore, if angle 1 measures 23 degrees, angle 3 will measure degrees. 1 4 2 3 Angles 1 and 3 are directly across from each other. They are called vertex. They always measure the same. Therefore, if angle 1 measures 123 degrees, angle 3 will measure degrees. 4 1 3 2 Angles 2 and 4 are directly across from each other. They are called vertex. They always measure the same. Therefore, if angle 2 measures 157 degrees, angle 4 will measure degrees. 1 4 3 2 Angles that make 180 degrees together are called
one angle, we can subtract from 180∘ to find the missing angle. 180∘ - 50∘ = 50 ooAngles that make 180 degrees together are called
one angle, we can subtract from 180 to find the missing angle. 180∘ - 25∘ = o25 oAngles that make 180 degrees together are called
one angle, we can subtract from 180 to find the missing angle. 180∘ - 112∘ = 112 ooAngles that make 180 degrees together are called
one angle, we can subtract from 180 to find the missing angle. 180∘ -75∘ = 75 ooAngles that make 180 degrees together are called
one angle, we can subtract from 180 to find the missing angle. 180∘ - 81∘ = x 81 ooAngles that make 180 degrees together are called
one angle, we can subtract from 180 to find the missing angle. 180∘ - 52∘ = x 52 ooAngles that make 90 degrees together are called
one angle, we can subtract from 90 to find the missing angle. 90∘ - 25∘ = xo25 oAngles that make 90 degrees together are called
one angle, we can subtract from 90 to find the missing angle. 90∘ - 67∘ = x 67 ooAngles that make 90 degrees together are called
one angle, we can subtract from 90 to find the missing angle. 90∘ - 40∘ = x o40 oThe two indicated angles are x = supplementary angles complementary angles vertical angles ox 28 oThe two indicated angles are x = x supplementary angles complementary angles vertical angles o52 oThe two indicated angles are x = supplementary angles complementary angles x vertical angles o52 oThe two indicated angles are x = x osupplementary angles complementary angles vertical angles o141 oThe two indicated angles are x = supplementary angles complementary angles x vertical angles o52 oThe two indicated angles are x = supplementary angles complementary angles vertical angles o71 ox The two indicated angles are x = x supplementary angles complementary angles vertical angles o34 oAngle 1 + angle 2 = degrees.
Angles 1 and 2 form complementary angles adjacent angles supplementary angles vertical angles 1 2 Angle 1 + angle 2 = degrees.
Angles 1 and 2 form adjacent angles complementary angles supplementary angles vertical angles 1 2 Angle 1 equals angle 2
Angles 1 and 2 form complementary angles adjacent angles supplementary angles vertical angles 1 2 Angle 1, angle 2, and angle 3 equal 360 degrees.
Angles 1 and 2 form complementary angles adjacent angles supplementary angles vertical angles 1 3 2 Solve for x. x = 2x + 6 112 oSolve for x. x = 112 2x + 6 oSolve for x. x = 2x + 6 28 o Solve for x. x = 2x + 6 28 o |

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