In this tutorial, we learn how to understand angle relationships. Start out by drawing an angle out and looking at the different parts of it. From here, you will start to find where the different angles are. Linear pairs equal 180 degrees and are on a straight line. Once you learn this, you can write them out on the paper. Supplementary angles equal 180 degrees as well. Two angles that add up to 90 degrees are complimentary angles. Once you learn the relationships between angles, you can better understand how to finish your geometry problems. Study the definitions and you will be finished.
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