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No. The interior angle and exterior angle at the same vertex are supplementary.

Each of them is (180 degrees minus the other). In rectangles (including squares),

the interior and exterior angles at each vertex are both right angles.

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What type of an interior angle of a polygon and its adjacent exterior angle are complementary?

The interior angle of a polygon and its adjacent exterior angle can never be complementary.


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