# Can Vertical Angles be Supplementary

Is it possible to use vertical angles as a supplement?

Vertical angles are additional angles? Vertically and complementary are different relations between the angles. But there is a particular case when vertical angles are complementary - if these angles are correct. The vertical angles are created by two crossing outlines. At the bottom of an image the angles /_A are vertical and the angles /_B.

Additional angles are those which, when arranged side by side, make a flat one.

At the bottom of an image, the angles /_KML and /_KMH are complementary, since together they make a flat corner /_LMH. If in a particular case vertical angles are right angles (i.e. vertical angles that make up this couple of vertical angles are vertical), their total is the same as a right angel and therefore they are complementary.

Look at the following image, which shows angles created by vertical line. The angles /_1 and /_3 are vertical, as are the angles /_2 and /_4. All angles are matched because the line is vertical to each other. Therefore, each of these couples is also a couple of additional angles, since their total is a square one.

Solving: Two vertical angles are complementary. Find the measurement for each of them.

Solving: Two vertical angles are complementary. Find the measurement for each of them. Q117475: Two vertical angles are complementary. Find the measurement for each of them. Reply by bucky(2189) (Show Source): Put this on YOUR website! of vertical angles B. Since the two angles are complementary depending on the issue, you can type the complementary angular equation: ... measuring.

Since A and A are vertical angles, we can say in this case that mA = mB.... In order to resolve for mA, split both sides by 2 to give: .... of 90 degree... shows vertical angles.....