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- 1. Previously, you learned that two angles are adjacent if they share a common vertex and side but have no common interior points. In this lesson, you will study other relationships between pairs of angles. 1 and 3 are vertical angles. 2 and 4 are vertical angles. Two angles are vertical angles if their sides form two pairs of opposite rays. Vertical Angles and Linear Pairs 1 4 3 2
- 2. Previously, you learned that two angles are adjacent if they share a common vertex and side but have no common interior points. In this lesson, you will study other relationships between pairs of angles. 1 and 3 are vertical angles. 2 and 4 are vertical angles. 5 and 6 are a linear pair. 1 4 3 2 Two adjacent angles are a linear pair if their noncommon sides are opposite rays. Two angles are vertical angles if their sides form two pairs of opposite rays. Vertical Angles and Linear Pairs 5 6
- 3. Answer the questions using the diagram. Are 2 and 3 a linear pair? SOLUTION The angles are adjacent but their noncommon sides are not opposite rays. No. Identifying Vertical Angles and Linear Pairs 1 2 4 3
- 4. Answer the questions using the diagram. Are 2 and 3 a linear pair? Are 3 and 4 a linear pair? SOLUTION The angles are adjacent but their noncommon sides are not opposite rays. The angles are adjacent and their noncommon sides are opposite rays. No. Yes. Identifying Vertical Angles and Linear Pairs 1 2 4 3
- 5. Answer the questions using the diagram. Are 2 and 3 a linear pair? Are 3 and 4 a linear pair? Are 1 and 3 vertical angles? SOLUTION The angles are adjacent but their noncommon sides are not opposite rays. The angles are adjacent and their noncommon sides are opposite rays. The sides of the angles do not form two pairs of opposite rays. No. Yes. No. Identifying Vertical Angles and Linear Pairs 1 2 4 3
- 6. Answer the questions using the diagram. Are 2 and 3 a linear pair? Are 3 and 4 a linear pair? Are 1 and 3 vertical angles? Are 2 and 4 vertical angles? SOLUTION The angles are adjacent but their noncommon sides are not opposite rays. The angles are adjacent and their noncommon sides are opposite rays. The sides of the angles do not form two pairs of opposite rays. The sides of the angles do not form two pairs of opposite rays. No. Yes. No. No. Identifying Vertical Angles and Linear Pairs 1 2 4 3
- 7. In the stair railing shown, 6 has a measure of 130˚ . Find the measures of the other three angles. SOLUTION 6 and 7 are a linear pair. So, the sum of their measures is 180˚ . m 6 + m 7 = 180˚ 130˚ + m 7 = 180˚ m 7 = 50˚ Finding Angle Measures 5 6 7 8
- 8. In the stair railing shown, 6 has a measure of 130˚ . Find the measures of the other three angles. SOLUTION 6 and 7 are a linear pair. So, the sum of their measures is 180˚ . m 6 + m 7 = 180˚ 130˚ + m 7 = 180˚ m 7 = 50˚ 6 and 5 are also a linear pair. So it follows that m 5 = 50˚. Finding Angle Measures 5 6 7 8
- 9. In the stair railing shown, 6 has a measure of 130˚ . Find the measures of the other three angles. SOLUTION 6 and 8 are vertical angles. So, they are congruent and have the same measure. m 8 = m 6 = 130˚ Finding Angle Measures 5 6 7 8
- 10. Solve for x and y . Then find the angle measure. SOLUTION Use the fact that the sum of the measures of angles that form a linear pair is 180˚. m AED + m DEB = 180° ( 3 x + 5)˚ + ( x + 15)˚ = 180° 4 x + 20 = 180 4 x = 160 x = 40 m AEC + m CEB = 180° ( y + 20)˚ + ( 4 y – 15)˚ = 180° 5 y + 5 = 180 5 y = 175 y = 35 Use substitution to find the angle measures ( x = 40 , y = 35 ). m AED = ( 3 x + 15)˚ = (3 • 40 + 5)˚ m DEB = ( x + 15)˚ = ( 40 + 15)˚ m AEC = ( y + 20)˚ = ( 35 + 20)˚ m CEB = ( 4 y – 15)˚ = (4 • 35 – 15)˚ = 125˚ = 55˚ = 55˚ = 125˚ Finding Angle Measures ( x + 15)˚ ( 3 x + 5)˚ ( y + 20)˚ ( 4 y – 15)˚ D • • C • B A • E So, the angle measures are 125˚, 55˚, 55˚ , and 125˚ . Because the vertical angles are congruent, the result is reasonable.
- 11. Two angles are complementary angles if the sum of their measurements is 90˚ . Each angle is the complement of the other. Complementary angles can be adjacent or nonadjacent. complementary adjacent complementary nonadjacent Complementary and Supplementary Angles 1 2 3 4
- 12. supplementary nonadjacent supplementary adjacent Two angles are supplementary angles if the sum of their measurements is 180˚ . Each angle is the supplement of the other. Supplementary angles can be adjacent or nonadjacent. Complementary and Supplementary Angles 5 6 7 8
- 13. State whether the two angles are complementary, supplementary, or neither. SOLUTION The angle showing 4:00 has a measure of 120˚ and the angle showing 10:00 has a measure of 60˚ . Because the sum of these two measures is 180˚, the angles are supplementary. Identifying Angles
- 14. Find the angle measure. SOLUTION m C = 90˚ – m A = 90˚ – 47˚ = 43˚ Given that A is a complement of C and m A = 47˚ , find m C . Finding Measures of Complements and Supplements
- 15. Find the angle measure. SOLUTION m C = 90˚ – m A = 90˚ – 47˚ = 43˚ Given that A is a complement of C and m A = 47˚ , find m C . m P = 180˚ – m R = 180 ˚ – 36˚ = 144˚ Given that P is a supplement of R and m R = 36˚ , find m P . Finding Measures of Complements and Supplements
- 16. W and Z are complementary. The measure of Z is 5 times the measure of W . Find m W SOLUTION Because the angles are complementary, But m Z = 5( m W ), Because 6 ( m W ) = 90˚, so m W + 5( m W ) = 90˚. you know that m W = 15˚ . m W + m Z = 90˚ . Finding the Measure of a Complement

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