Posted by **000** on Wednesday, November 3, 2010 at 6:24pm.

a tree on a 30degree slope grows straight up .what are the measure of the greatest and smallest angles the tree make with the hill?

you discovered that if a pair of angle is a linear pair ,the the angles are supplementary. does that mean that all supplementary angles form a linear pair of angles? is the converse true?

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