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  • one year ago

The consecutive angles of a parallelogram are congruent. always sometimes never

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    consecutive angles are next to each other, right? consecutive angles in a parallelogram are sometimes congruent examples: in a square, consecutive angles are congruent (every angle is 90 degrees) in a rhombus, consecutive angles are not congruent

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    this isn't a true or false question look at the three answer choices

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    please read my answer again more carefully

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