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Topic: Angle1+Angle2=360 degrees -- Relationship Name?
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Angle1+Angle2=360 degrees -- Relationship Name?
Posted: Apr 14, 2003 9:32 PM
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Two angles that sum to a right angle are called complimentary.
Two angles that sum to a line are called supplementary angles.

Is there a name for two angles that sum to a ray (360 degrees) and if
so what are they called?

I'm trying to name a Visual Basic function;
ThreeHundredSixtyDegreesMinusTheAngle() is descriptive but lacks
elegance in my opinion.

Thanks
bob





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