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The intersection of roads P and Q creates a 71* angle. What are the complementary and supplementary angles of his inter section?
A-The complementary angle is 71* and the supplementary angle is 29*
B-The complementary angle is 29* and the supplementary angle is 71*
C-The complementary angle is 109* and the supplementary angle is 19*
D-The complementary angle is 19* and the supplementary angle is 109*

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asked by Fieroh
  1. Point N is the MO. which completes the statement?

    MO = 124 ft; NO =
    A-62 ft
    B-96 ft
    C-124 ft
    D-248 ft

    posted by Fieroh
  2. We'll be glad to check your answer.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  3. Is Point N in the center of MO?

    posted by Ms. Sue
  4. I believe so Ms. Sue, Unfortunately it doesn't give me a graph to follow.

    posted by Fieroh
  5. im just getting my Questions down, im going to have my answers soon

    posted by Fieroh
  6. First Question-I think its B. Second question-I think its A

    posted by Fieroh
  7. 1. B - yes
    2. A - yes

    :-)

    posted by Ms. Sue
  8. Thank you! I Appreciate what you all do here! It help a lot of student's, me included.

    posted by Fieroh
  9. You're very welcome.

    And I'm glad you appreciate us.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  10. @Ms.Sue isn't it bad to give students answers ??

    posted by Anonymous
  11. Ms. Sue didn't give answers, she was saying that Fieroh was correct, as they asked if 'B' was #1 and 'A' was #2.

    (correct me if I'm wrong, idk peoples pronouns)

    posted by Ace
  12. 1. C
    2. D
    3. D
    4. B
    5. C
    6. D
    7. D
    8. B
    9. B
    10. A
    11. B
    12. D
    13. C
    14. A
    15. C
    16. B
    17. C
    18. A
    Conexus answers 100% just took it

    posted by Ano
  13. No please do not trust Ano I only got 9/19.

    posted by An Emo Friend
  14. please tell me if he's right

    posted by WHAT
  15. is he right?

    posted by peace on earth

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