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Supplementum—something added to supply a deficiency Hello bloggers, this is my second blog and this on is about angle pairs. I found this cool math site that I wanted to share with all of you that talks about angle pairs.
http://www.onlinemathlearning.com/pairs-of-angles.html
The definition of angle pairs it uses is:
Any two angles that relate to each other in any way.

The pair I like the most are supplementary angles because they are so useful in finding missing angle lengths and so easy to identify. I remember what they are through a serise of steps. First I remember that complementary angles are one 90º part because the c has one curve. Second, I know that the s has two curves and is then two 90º parts or 180º. Next I see the two curves in the s as made up of two angles.

Hope you enjoyed learning about how I remember what the characteristics of a supplementary angle pair. While this works for me, it might not for you so I would suggest checking out this website and looking at the examples and finding coming up with one that does.

Article posted October 31, 2011 at 01:42 PM • comment • Reads 111 • Return to Blog List