# Supplementary and complementary angles

Complementary angles are two angles with a sum of 90°.

Supplementary angles are two angles with a sum of 180°.

C is 90° and S is made up of two C’s, so S must be 180°.

**Example 1**

40° and 50° are complimentary angles.

**Example 2**

60° and 30° are complimentary angles.

**Example 3**

140° and 40° are supplementary angles.

**Example 4**

110° and 70° are supplementary angles.

**Example 5**

120° + 60° add up to 180° and so they are supplementary.

# Supplementary and complementary angles

Complementary angles are two angles with a sum of 90°.

Supplementary angles are two angles with a sum of 180°.

C is 90° and S is made up of two C’s, so S must be 180°.

**Example 1**

40° and 50° are complimentary angles.

**Example 2**

60° and 30° are complimentary angles.

**Example 3**

140° and 40° are supplementary angles.

**Example 4**

110° and 70° are supplementary angles.

**Example 5**

120° + 60° add up to 180° and so they are supplementary.