The first statement is incorrect. They have to be complementary.
You can't say the measure of angle B is congruent to theta because it is possible for angles in a right triangle to be different.
You can only say that what he said is true if the angle was 45 degrees, but based on the information provided it is not possible to figure that out.
The other two angles other than the right angle in a right triangle have to add up to 90 degrees, which is the definition of what it means for two angles to be complementary. A is the correct answer.
The first statement is incorrect. The angle B is not equal to theta θ. The two acute angles in the right triangle can be different, if the triangle was an isosceles right triangle then angle B would be equal to theta θ.
sry but any answer choices