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Easy

Question

# Identify pairs of complementary angles.

Hint:

- Complimentary angles are defined as two angles whose sum is 90 degrees.

## The correct answer is: complimentary angles.

- We have been given a figure in the question in which four angles are forming on the plane they are –
- We have to find the pair forming to complimentary angles.

Step 1 of 1:

We know that the complimentary angles are those angle whose sum is

So,

And

So,

are complimentary angles.

So,

are complimentary angles.

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