Complementary Angles: Example 1

Complementary Angles: Ex 1

Two angles are “complementary” if their sum adds to 90 degrees. For example, 60 degrees and 30 degrees are complementary angles. You may be given some information regarding two angles and told the two angles are complementary. You will then be asked to use algebra to find the two angles. The angles can be found by using the provided information to set up and solve a linear equation.