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# Angles and Lines

Forgive us for being obtuse, but this is a cute concept, and we think it’s right for you.

Which pair of angles are **supplementary**?

If \(\angle A=5 ^\circ\) and \(\angle B\) is the supplement of \(\angle A,\) then \(\angle A + \angle B\) forms a(n) \(\text{__________}.\)

\(\quad \text{A)}\) acute angle

\(\quad \text{B)}\) right angle

\(\quad \text{C)}\) obtuse angle

\(\quad \text{D)}\) straight line

\(\quad \text{E)}\) none of the above

Find the measure of \(\angle Z.\)

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