- Supplementary angles
Two angles are said to be supplementary if their sum is 180o.
This makes them add up to make a straight line. If you take a ruler and bring one
end down on a table top, the two angles that the table top makes with the ruler
(one angle on each side of the ruler) are supplementary angles.
See if you can find the missing supplementary angle:
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