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What type of angle pair is defined as “nonadjacent angles formed by two intersecting lines”? A. Vertical angles B. Linear pair C. Complementary angles D. Supplementary angles

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  1. ttammore Group Title
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    supplementary angles.

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    i think.

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    i thought they were vertical

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    hmm supplementary angles are always adjacent

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    yep ! they are vertical angles... you figured out very well :)

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    and i modify my above definition for supplementary angles : supplementary angles need not be always adjacent, but they CAN be adjacent !

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