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8-99.

For each of the diagrams below, identify each set of angles as complementary, supplementary, vertical, or none. (Refer to the Lesson 8.4.1 Math Notes box to review these terms.) Explain how you know.

See the excerpt from Lesson 8.4.1 Math Notes box for help with this problem.

1. Vertical angles

1. What is the sum of $s + 30^\circ$? Remember that a square indicates a right angle.

These are complementary angles.

1. For parts (c) and (d), think about what the sum of the two given angles is. Look at the definitions in the Math Notes if you need help.

1. Angles $t$ and $w$ are related in two ways. How are they positioned? What is their sum?

1. Are $x$ and $120^\circ$ related in any special way?

None