Mathematics

# Manasa says, Each angle in any pair of complementary angles is a always acute. Do you agree? Give reason.

##### SOLUTION
Complementary angles are those whose sum is $90°$.
$\therefore$ For a pair of angles to be complementary, both of them should be less than $90°$.
As we know that angles less than $90°$ are acute angles.
Hence, Manasa is right, i.e., each angle in any pair of complementary angles is always acute.

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