complementary angle

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complementary angle

[‚käm·plə′men·trē ′aŋ·gəl]
(mathematics)
One of a pair of angles whose sum is 90°.
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This approach to teaching has been called the "vaccination method": once you've "had" complementary angles, you're inoculated and don't need to have them again.
Photo: Complementary angles direct you into the bedroom, down to patio
These are expected to be highly informative, interactive and stimulating sessions where policy makers, business practitioners and academic intellectuals will approach issues from different yet complementary angles.

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