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Two angles are complementary. One angle measures 22 degrees. The other measures 2x degrees. Solve for x. |
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a) 34 | b) 68 | c) 158 | d) 79 | |

What is the supplement of an angle measuring 54 degrees? |
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a) 136 degrees | b) 146 degrees | c) 36 degrees | d) 46 degrees | |

Two angles are supplementary. One angle measures 61.5 degrees. What is the measure of the other angle? |
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a) 128.5 degrees | b) 138.5 degrees | c) 38.5 degrees | d) 28.5 degrees | |

What is the best definition for supplementary angles? |
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a) Two or more angles whose measures add up to 180 degrees | b) Two or more angles whose measures add up to 90 degrees. | c) Two right angles. | d) An acute and an obtuse angle. | |

Two angles are complementary. One angle measures (4x - 10) degrees. The other angle measures (3x - 15) degrees. Which equation should you use to solve for the measures of the angles? |
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a) (4x - 10 ) + (3x - 15) = 90 | b) (4x - 10) + (3x - 15) = 180 | c) 180 - (4x - 10) - (3x - 15) | d) 90 + (4x - 10) + (3x -15) | |

Which of the following angle pairs are supplementary? |
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a) 111 degrees and 69 degrees | b) 40 degrees and 50 degrees | c) 111 degrees and 79 degrees | d) 36 degrees and 64 degrees | |

Which of the following pairs are not complementary? |
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a) 32 degrees and 68 degrees | b) 11 degrees and 79 degrees | c) 52 degrees and 38 degrees | d) 81 degrees and 9 degrees | |

Two angles are complementary. One angle measures (4x + 1) degrees. The other measures (5x - 16) degrees. Which of the following would be an equation you could use to solve this problem? |
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a) 90 = 9x - 15 | b) 90 = (4x + 1) - (5x - 16) | c) 90 = 9x + 17 | d) 90 = 20x - 17 | |

Two angles are supplementary. One angle measures (3x + 2) degrees. The other angle measures twice that amount. What equation could be used to solve for x? |
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a) 174 = 9x | b) 180 = 9x + 4 | c) 180 = 9x + 8 | d) 176 = 9x | |

Supplementary angles must share a common side. |
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a) False | b) True | c) | d) | |

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