This concept introduces students to supplementary angles.
This concept introduces students to supplementary angles.
This concept introduces students to supplementary angles.
This video shows how to work step-by-step through one or more of the examples in Supplementary Angles.
This video gives more detail about the mathematical principles presented in Supplementary Angles.
Ten problem quiz, short answers. Students need to identify supplementary angles and give justification proving that the angles are supplementary. Students need to solve for missing supplementary angles, both with simple arithmetic and algebraically.
Solve for the unknown angle. You are only given information in writing.
Given a set of adjacent, supplementary, angles find the measure of the unknown measure.
Displays several statements about vertical and supplementary angles. Decide whether each is true or false.
Displays a pair of adjacent, supplementary angles. Find the measure of the unknown angle.
Two supplementary angles are displayed. Use algebra to find the value of x.
Solve for the unknown angle. You are only given information in writing.
Presents a problem involving two complementary angles. Can you solve for the unknown angle?
Presents a problem involving two complementary angles. Can you solve for the unknown angle?
Presents a problem involving two complementary angles. Can you solve for the unknown angle?
Displays several statements about linear pairs. Decide whether each is true or false.
Displays either a linear pair or not a linear pair. Decide whether the statement is true or false.
Displays two intersecting lines. The measures of two angles are given as algebraic expressions. Determine the value of x.
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Supplementary Angles.
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What if you were stranded at sea? Or on a desert island? How would you use angles to determine your position?
This study guide reviews angle nomenclature, how to measure angles, different types of angles, congruent angles, and angle pairs.