# supplementary angle

supplementary angle
Math.
either of two angles that added together produce an angle of 180°. Cf. complementary angle.
[1830-40]

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suppleˌmentary ˈangle 7 [supplementary angle] (mathematics)
either of two angles which together make 180°

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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