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Which of the following is not necessary for a pair of angles to be vertical angles? A. They are nonadjacent B. They are congruent C. They have the same vertex D. They are complementary

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B and C are necessary, its obvious eh ?
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they are congruent, have same vertex, and they are NOT adjacent. so... ?

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so then it would A then right?
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those black ones are adjacent. vertical angles are cannot be adjacent angles. they are opposite vertically by definition !
ohhh D? they are all congruent to eachother
yes finally :)
hah lol:)

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