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The phrase "complementary line" usually has to do with business. Example: I have a complementary line of famous products that I am trying to sell to you". Mostly just used in advertising. Most likely, you are asking what a "complementary angle" is? Two complementary angles will always add up to 90 degrees (pi/4). So, if 30 degrees is the starting angle, 60 degrees would be the complementary angle.

they are events that can't occur at the same time. For example, you toss a coin you get head or tails. These are complementary events since you can't have both at the same time, only one!

Two colours are complementary if lights of those colours add to make pure white light. Complementary colours are not the same as complementary pigments (or paints).

complementary angles are two angles whose total degrees adds up to 90o supplementary angles are two angles whose total degrees adds up to 180o

No only two angles can be complementary

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complementary angles are two angles that have a sum of 90*. example. 30* + 60* = 90* that would be a complementary.

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Complementary Goods.!

A good example could be tide and Whirlpool

a complementary number is a number obtained by subtracting a number from its base. For example the complementary of 7 in numbers to base 10 is 3.

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No. For example 30 and 60 degrees are complementary angles. Their supplementary partners are 150 and 120 degrees.

The sum of complementary angles is 90°. The sum of supplementary angles is 180°. EXAMPLE : 27° is the complementary angle to 63° and the supplementary angle to 153°.

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Complementary angles are two angles that add up to 90 degrees. Example: 50 and 40 degrees

all complementary colors are directly across from each other. Example: Purple---- Yellow or Blue--- Orange

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