#### Passage

Ray PR and ray PQ are perpendicular to each other. The point B is in the interior of $$\angle QPR$$ and a point A is in the exterior of $$\angle RPQ$$ such that ray PB and ray PA are perpendicular to each other. Draw the figure and write down the number of pairs of:**Mathematics**

# Congruent angles

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# Supplementary angles

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# Complementary angles

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