Which relationship describes angles 1 and 2? select each correct answer. complementary angles supplementary angles vertical angles adjacent angles a line goes left to right with a ray in the middle creating a right angle and another ray between the right angle with a one labeling the left angle and a two labeling the right angle
Sounds like your describing complementary angles (a pair of angles that add up to be 90 degrees) but not super sure based on that description you have there.
Tell me does it look like this:
If your in k12 the answer is complementary angles and adjacent angles
Step-by-step explanation: I just took the quiz.
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You need to remember that:
1. Complementary angles are defined as those angles whose sum is 90 degrees.
2. Adjacent angles are those angles that have a common side and a common vertex.
3. Vertical angles are defined as those angles that are opposite to each other and share the same vertex.
4. Supplementary angles are defined as those angles whose sum is 180 degrees.
In this case you can notice that the angle formed by the intersection of of the vertical line and the horizontal line measure 90 degrees. Therefore, if you add the angle 1 and the angle 2, you will get 90 degrees.
Based on the above you can conclue that the angles 1 and 2 are Complementary angles.
The answer is (A) complementary angles.
Step-by-step explanation: We are given a figure involving angles 1 and 2 and we are to select the correct relation between these two angles.
We know that, if the sum of two angles is 90°, then they are said to be complementary angles.
Thus, ∠1 and ∠2 are complementary angles.
Thus., (A) is the correct option.
1) supplementary angles => sum of angles' measure is 180°
Two lines intersecting creating four angles with the left obtuse angle labeled one and the acute angle to the right labeled two
= > angle 1 + angle 2 = 180°
Then those two match.
2) complementary angles => sum of the two angles = 90°
Two lines intersecting in a right angle with a square indicating a right angle in quadrant one and a ray splitting quadrant two with a two labeling the left angle and one labeling the angle on the right
=> angle 2 + angle 1 = 90°
Then those two match
3) vertical angles
Two parallel horizontal lines intersected by a vertical line with a square indicating a right angle in quadrant one of the top line and a one labeling the angle in quadrant two and two labeling quadrant four of the top line
Those two matches because the angle label 1 and the angle label 2 are vertical angles as per the definittion.
4) adjacent angles
Two lines intersecting in a V shape with the left angle of one hundred fifty seven degrees and a bottom angle of X degrees
Those two match becasue the angle of 157° and the angle of X° are adjacent.
vertical bc of the diagonal secondly supplementary bc equal to 180
and last bc its not touching
Angles 1 and 2 are Complementary angles
There is probably some vocabulary is your lesson, but from my knowledge, these angles would be complementary because they add up to 90 degrees total. Complementary angles are either of two angles that add up to 90 degrees, since it is shown that the other three angles besides these two are 90 degrees (thats what the square signifies), then these two angles have to add up to 90 degrees as well which will make them complementary.
Two Angles are Complementary when they add up to 90 degrees (a Right Angle).
∠1 and ∠2 form a right angle and are complementary, that is they sum to 90°