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Any two angles which sum to 180o are called Supplementary Angles

Angles that are separated by a distance. For example, any two angles of any polygon do not intersect and they are coplanar.

No a sphere doesn't even have any angles

Yes, there are eight angles.

Supplementary angles can have any number of angles as long as the angles add up to 180 degrees.

A decagon can have acute angles.

A polygon with six or more sides, in which four of the angles are right angles and the other angles are not. These others are of any type - as required. It cannot be a pentagon because, if 4 angles are right angles, the fifth would be 180 degrees!

the vertices if there are any if not it is not a angle. don't forget about the angles such as a right angles,acute angles,or obtuse angle

a circle

The sum of the three angles of any triangle is 180o.

There are not any, because if it had any 90 degree angles it would be a square.

Vertices and angles are the same thing. Any polygon has an equal number of sides and vertices (and, therefore, angles).Vertices and angles are the same thing. Any polygon has an equal number of sides and vertices (and, therefore, angles).Vertices and angles are the same thing. Any polygon has an equal number of sides and vertices (and, therefore, angles).Vertices and angles are the same thing. Any polygon has an equal number of sides and vertices (and, therefore, angles).

No, if it has right angles it is a special case, such as rectangle, but in general it does not have to have any right angles

A square has 4 angles

Angles have no gender, neither do angels.

A rhombus has 2 obtuse angles

There isn't any. Dilations do not affect angles.

Any pair of adjacent angles.

None. A sphere does not have any angles.

Assuming those are the lengths of the four sides, it can have almost any angles.Assuming those are the lengths of the four sides, it can have almost any angles.Assuming those are the lengths of the four sides, it can have almost any angles.Assuming those are the lengths of the four sides, it can have almost any angles.

A quadrilateral is any polygon with 4 sides - and hence with 4 angles. Those angles may, or may not, be congruent.A quadrilateral is any polygon with 4 sides - and hence with 4 angles. Those angles may, or may not, be congruent.A quadrilateral is any polygon with 4 sides - and hence with 4 angles. Those angles may, or may not, be congruent.A quadrilateral is any polygon with 4 sides - and hence with 4 angles. Those angles may, or may not, be congruent.

The exterior angles of any polygon add up to 360 degrees.

The exterior angles of any polygon add up to 360 degrees.

Yes, the angles are complementary.

The sum of the internal angles of any triangle is 180 degrees. Any rectangle has four 90 degree internal angles, totalling 360 degrees.

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