# What are complementary supplementary vertical adjacent and congruent angles?

Space and AstronomyYou learned that complementary angles are two angles that add up to 90 degrees, supplementary angles are two angles that add up to 180 degrees, vertical angles are opposite angles at an intersection of two straight lines, and adjacent angles are two angles that are next to each other.

## How do you identify complementary supplementary vertical adjacent and congruent angles?

**COMPLEMENTARY SUPPLEMENTARY VERTICAL ADJACENT AND CONGRUENT ANGLES**

- Two angles are said to be complementary to each other if sum of their measures is 90°.
- For example, if ∠A = 52° and ∠B = 38°, then angles ∠A and ∠B are complementary to each other.

## What is a supplementary and adjacent angle?

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## What is complementary supplementary and congruent?

And here are the two theorems about supplementary angles that work exactly the same way as the two complementary angle theorems: ***Supplements of the same angle are congruent**. If two angles are each supplementary to a third angle, then they’re congruent to each other.

## What are complementary and congruent angles?

**If two angles are complementary to the same angle, then they are congruent to each other**. Since two angles must add to 90° , if one angle is given – we will call it ∠GUM ∠ G U M – only one other measurement can be its complement.

## What is the difference between complementary and supplementary angles and vertical?

You learned that **complementary angles are two angles that add up to 90 degrees, supplementary angles are two angles that add up to 180 degrees**, vertical angles are opposite angles at an intersection of two straight lines, and adjacent angles are two angles that are next to each other.

## What is adjacent and complementary?

Adjacent Complementary Angles: **Two complementary angles with a common vertex and a common arm are called adjacent complementary angles**. In the figure given below, ∠COB and ∠AOB are adjacent angles as they have a common vertex “O” and a common arm “OB”.

## What are congruent vertical angles?

When two lines intersect to make an X, angles on opposite sides of the X are called vertical angles. These angles are equal, and here’s the official theorem that tells you so. Vertical angles are congruent: **If two angles are vertical angles, then they’re congruent** (see the above figure).

## What are congruent adjacent angles?

Vertical angles are always congruent, which means that they are equal. Adjacent angles are **angles that come out of the same vertex**. Adjacent angles share a common ray and do not overlap.

## What are supplementary angles?

Definition of supplementary angles

: **two angles or arcs whose sum is 180 degrees**.

## What is complementary angle with example?

**When the sum of two angles is equal to 90 degrees**, they are called complementary angles. For example, 30 degrees and 60 degrees are complementary angles.

## What are non adjacent supplementary angles?

**Two supplementary angles that are NOT adjacent** are said to be non-adjacent supplementary angles. Example: Here, ∠ABC and ∠PQR are non-adjacent angles as they neither have a common vertex nor a common arm. They also add up to 180 degrees, that is, ∠ABC+ ∠PQR = 79^{°} + 101^{°} = 180^{°}.

## What does vertical mean in math?

“Vertical” refers to **the vertex (where they cross), NOT up/down**. They are also called vertically opposite angles.

## What is adjacent math?

Adjacent angles are **two angles that have a common side and a common vertex (corner point) but do not overlap in any way**. When you break down the phrase adjacent angles, it becomes easy to visualise exactly what it is; they are two angles that are next to each other.

## What are complementary angles in geometry?

Two angles are called complementary **when their measures add to 90 degrees**. Two angles are called supplementary when their measures add up to 180 degrees.

## What is an example of an adjacent angle?

Adjacent angles are two angles that have a common vertex and a common side but do not overlap. In the figure, **∠1 and ∠2** are adjacent angles. They share the same vertex and the same common side.

## What are vertical angles example?

Vertical angles are supplementary angles when the lines intersect perpendicularly. For example, **∠W and ∠ Y** are vertical angles which are also supplementary angles. Similarly, ∠X and ∠Z are vertical angles which are supplementary.

## Are vertical angles adjacent?

When two lines intersect, vertical angles, which are **non-adjacent** angles are also formed. There are two pairs of vertical angles. These angles also have a common vertex but never share a common side. The vertical angles are opposite each other and are equal in measure.

## Are supplementary congruent?

**If angles are supplementary to the same angle, then they supps of same ∠ ⇒ ≅ are congruent**. If angles are supplementary to congruent angles, then they supps of ≅ ∠s ⇒ ≅ are congruent. If angles are complementary to the same angle, then they comps of same ∠ ⇒ ≅ are congruent.

## Are vertical angles always complementary?

Vertical angles have equal measures. Therefore, **if vertical angles measure 45o each, they are complementary**.

## Why are complementary angles congruent?

No, complementary angles are not always congruent. Complementary angles are **two angles with measures that sum up to 90 degrees**.

## Are vertical angles supplementary or congruent?

Theorem:**Vertical angles are always congruent**. In the figure, ∠1≅∠3 and ∠2≅∠4. Proof: ∠1and∠2 form a linear pair, so by the Supplement Postulate, they are supplementary.

## What is the difference between adjacent angles and linear pair?

Adjacent Angles are two angles that share a common vertex, a common side, and no common interior points. (They share a vertex and side, but do not overlap.) … **A Linear Pair is two adjacent angles whose non-common sides form opposite rays.**

## Do vertical angles form opposite rays?

1. **Two angles whose sides are opposite rays of each other are called vertical angles**. Vertical angles have the same measure.

## Which are pairs of vertical angles?

Vertical angles are **a pair of opposite angles formed by intersecting lines**. In the figure, ∠1 and ∠3 are vertical angles. So are ∠2 and ∠4 . Vertical angles are always congruent .

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