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

What is the supplement of an angle measuring 54 degrees?
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?
a) 128.5 degrees
b) 138.5 degrees
c) 38.5 degrees
d) 28.5 degrees

What is the best definition for supplementary angles?
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?
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?
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?
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?
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?
a) 174 = 9x
b) 180 = 9x + 4
c) 180 = 9x + 8
d) 176 = 9x

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

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