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are corresponding angles supplementary

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  1. AEB047 Group Title
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    No, corresponding angles don't have to add up to anything, but supplementary add up to 180 degrees.

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    However, if the angles are supplementary, the sum of their measures is 180° since supplementary angles can form a linear pair and their measures sum to 180° so ......x+x=180° which means that 2x=180° divide both sides by 2 so x=90° and that means all these angles are right angles.

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