Q: What are Angles that equal each other?

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Vertical Angles

The angles opposite each other are called vertical angles. If you have two parallel lines cut by a transversal line, the angles will be equal.

No, like a rhombus 2 of the angles are the same (opposite each other) and the other 2 angles are the same (opposite each other).

A right triangle can have 2 equal angles if they are each 45° (any other right triangle will have no equal angles)

Adjacent angles will be right by each other and equal 180 degrees. Vertical angles will be opposite and equal to each other.

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Vertical Angles

Angles are equal or congruent to each other when the measurements of the angles are the same.

The angles opposite each other are called vertical angles. If you have two parallel lines cut by a transversal line, the angles will be equal.

No, like a rhombus 2 of the angles are the same (opposite each other) and the other 2 angles are the same (opposite each other).

A right triangle can have 2 equal angles if they are each 45° (any other right triangle will have no equal angles)

They equal vertical angles

opposite equal angles

Vertically Opposite Angles.

Adjacent angles will be right by each other and equal 180 degrees. Vertical angles will be opposite and equal to each other.

The diagonals are equal in length and bisect each other forming vertical opposte equal angles

They are equal

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