# explementary

The explementary arc of an arc $a$ of a circle is the arc forming together with $a$ the full circle.

Two angles are called explementary angles of each other, if their sum is the full angle $2\pi$, i.e. $360^{\circ}$. In the below picture, the  $\alpha=60^{\circ}$  of an equilateral triangle and its explementary angle  $\beta=300^{\circ}$  (which is an of the triangle) are seen.

Title explementary Explementary 2013-03-22 17:34:35 2013-03-22 17:34:35 pahio (2872) pahio (2872) 8 pahio (2872) Definition msc 51M04 msc 51F20 ComplementaryAngles explementary angle explementary arc full angle