Author: Pat Bennett

Complementary Angles
Complementary Angles

Complementary angles are those that are 90 degrees in addition. These two angles do not necessarily need to be next to each other in order to be complementary. For example, if angle ABC is 60 degrees longer than angle AB, then it is also a complement. In addition, the other angle AB is the same […]

Corresponding Angles
Corresponding Angles

Corresponding angles are those angles with the same relative position. These can be in a triangle or on two parallel lines. In addition, these angles are equal. If these two lines are similar, they are also symmetrical. The two sets of corresponding angles are the same size. However, if these are not in the same […]

Math Prodigy
Math Prodigy

Math Prodigy is a web-based game for students in first through eighth grade. The program follows the Common Core State Standards. It covers all major topics in mathematics from Grades 1-8, and automatically places students in the appropriate grade level. It also features embedded assessments, automatic differentiation, and real-time reporting, so teachers can see student […]

Supplementary Angles
Supplementary Angles

Supplementary angles are those that sum to 180 degrees. For example, two supplementary 90-degree angles will add to 180 degrees if they intersect at the same point. In mathematics, a supplementary angle is called a tangent to a line that is parallel to both of its sides. These two types of supplementary angles are very […]

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