Mathematics

One obtuse angle and one acute angle can make a pair of supplementary angles.

True

SOLUTION
let, $A=120^0$ be obtuse angle and $B=60^0$ be acute angle.
So, $A+B=180^0$
That means $A$(obtuse angle) and $B$(acute angle) are supplementary
So, given statement is true

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