congurent angles are angles that have equal angles. Example, if you want to have equal angles, you have to have a shape that has equal sides
No but it has 2 equal acute angles and 2 equal obtuse angles
An Equilateral has 3 equal sides and 3 equal angles A scalene triangle has no equal angles and no equal sides.
Angles are equal or congruent to each other when the measurements of the angles are the same.
They are equal vertical opposite angles or 2 pairs of equal angles.
what is corresponding angles and sides referred to as They are the opposites that are equal if it is angles they are always equal if they are angles they can only be coarrasoponding if they are equal
It is a rhombus which has 2 equal acute angles and 2 equal obtuse angles
A rhombus is shaped like a diamond. It has equal sides but it does not have all equal angles. However the opposite angles are equal .
Base angles are equal and so that's 2 pairs of equal angles
Most of them do not have equal angles.
It always has 4 equal sides but not 4 equal angles because it has 2 equal opposite acute angles and 2 equal opposite obtuse angles. The 4 interior angles add up to 360 degrees
Only equiangular and regular hexagons have six equal angles. Hexagons do not have to have six equal angles, and the only way a hexagon can have six equal angles if it is equiangular or regular.
Yes. A regular octagon must have equal angles, but an irregular octagon cannot have all its angles equal
An obtuse triangle can have no right angles, and has two equal angles.
The two angles have the same measure; they are equal. An iscosceles triangle has two equal sides. It also has two equal angles, and each of these angles will be opposite one of the equal sides. The two angles will also each contain the base. The two angles must be equal.
yes opposite angles are equal
Angles are not necessarily equal, and sides are not necessarily equal in length.Angles are not necessarily equal, and sides are not necessarily equal in length.Angles are not necessarily equal, and sides are not necessarily equal in length.Angles are not necessarily equal, and sides are not necessarily equal in length.
If your question is "Can two complimentary angles be equal" then the answer is yes. If both angles are 45*, then they are complimentary and equal.
That all interior angles are equal in size.
The angles that are equal to 180 are called supplementary angles. The angles that equal 90 degrees are called complimentary.
A rhombus has two equal opposite acute angles and two equal opposite obtuse angles with all four angles adding up to 360 degrees.
No, although a rhombus has 4 equal sides but the angles are not equal
3 equal angles and 3 equal sides
isosceles property if two side are equal their corresponding angles are equal
A Rhombus is a type of parallelogram. As such, the opposite angles are equal. That tells us that it has two pair of equal angles. ( The two pair of equal angles are each angle and its opposite---that being the one across from it)