Mathematics

# In the above figure, $AB$ is a straight line and $OD\perp AB$. Observe the figure and fill in the following blanks:(i) $\angle AOC$ and $\angle COE$ form a pair of .. angles.(ii) $\angle AOC$ and $\angle COB$ are .. angles.(iii) $\angle AOC$ is of $\angle COD$.(iv) $\angle BOE$ is . of $\angle EOA$.

##### SOLUTION
In the given figure,
$AB$ is a straight line and $OD\perp AB$
(i) $\angle AOC$ and $\angle COE$ form a pair of adjacent angles.
(ii) $\angle AOC$ and $\angle COB$ are supplementary angles.
(iii) $\angle AOC$ is the complement of $\angle COD$
(iv) $\angle BOE$ is a supplement of $\angle EOA$.

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