Supplementary angles - two angles that add up to 180 degrees.
No matter how large or small angles 1 and 2 on the left become, the two angles remain supplementary which means that they add up to 180°.
By the way, supplementary angles do not need to be adjacent angles(angles next to one another) if it doesnt add up to 180 then they are not supplementary angles, but if they do then they are supplementary angles.
In government terms they are bills that alter how the money the government has is spent. Each year the treasurer hands down the budget, detailing the financial expenditure for the next financial year, supplementary estimates are used if this were to change.
A supplementary estimate refer to the additional or extra estimate. A revised estimate is the difference between the former budget estimates and the actual expenditure, which is usually presented in the next budget.
The unit having no dimensions is supplementary units
The answer is supplementary! :-)
No, they are generally not supplementary.
No, the concept of supplementary does not apply to polygons.
They are supplementary
No. The adjacent angles are supplementary.
It is 120-degree angle are supplementary.
A supplementary angle is 180 degrees. So, it depends how many supplementary angles you add together.
In geometry, supplementary angles add to 180 degrees. The term 'supplementary number' is not used in algebra.