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Can two acute angles be complement to each other always?


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No. 
Two acute angles can be complementary to each other but it is not true always.
e.g. Let us suppose two acute angles are 70 degrees & 30 degrees.
The sum of these two acute angles will give us 100 degrees.
For being complementary sum should be equal to 90 degrees.
So not all pairs of acute angles are complementary.

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