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## What is a complementary angle is?

Complementary angles are two angles whose measures add up to 90° . Two angles need not be adjacent to be complementary. The angles in the next figure are also complementary, since 35°+55°=90° .

## What is complementary angle with example?

Complementary angles are pair angles with the sum of 90 degrees. Common examples of complementary angles are: Two angles measuring 45 degrees each. Angles measuring 30 and 60 degrees.

**What is complementary and supplementary angles?**

Two angles are called complementary if their measures add to 90 degrees, and called supplementary if their measures add to 180 degrees.

### What does complementary mean in statistics?

Two events are said to be complementary when one event occurs if and only if the other does not. The probabilities of two complimentary events add up to 1. For example, rolling a 5 or greater and rolling a 4 or less on a die are complementary events, because a roll is 5 or greater if and only if it is not 4 or less.

### What does complementary mean in maths?

90 degrees

If two angles are complementary, the sum total of their angle measurements is 90 degrees.

**How do you calculate complement angle?**

To find the complement of an angle, subtract that angle’s measure from 90 degrees. To find the supplement of an angle, subtract that angle’s measure from 180 degrees.

#### How to find the complement of an angle?

How To Find The Measure Of Complementary Angles Using Algebra? Make sure that the angles are complementary. Setup a solvable equation. Solve the equation.

#### What are the characteristics of complementary angles?

Two angles are known as congruent angles if they have the same measurement. If their sum is 90°, then they are said to be complementary angles. If their sum is 180°, they are supplementary angles. Angles can be bisected (divided in half) or trisected (divided in thirds) by rays protruding from the vertex.

**How do you solve complementary angles?**

To find the complement of an angle, subtract that angle’s measurement from 90 degrees. The result will be the complement. Subtract the measurement of the first angle from 90 degrees. The result is the measure of the complementary angle.