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In the figure below, lines m and n are parallel. Which term(s) can be used to describe the relationship between <2 and <8 ? only adjacent only supplementary both adjacent and supplementary neither adjacent nor supplementary

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where is the figure?
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supplementay means they equal 180 adjacent means they are angles that are right next or shar a line to the vertex so we

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these two angles do not equal 180 nor share a ray from the vertex so they are neither... they are equal tho.. I forget what identity that is... Geometry was a long time ago
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I think you'd call them alternating angles or something aroudn the line of that.... haha

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