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Q: What figure dicribes 2 pairs of equal sides four angles formed by perpindicular lines and 2 pairs of paralell sides?

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Exterior angles

The angles have the same measure. In the reflection the order of the angles are changed from clockwise to counterclockwise.

The number of all possible angles is infinite and no figure can show them all.

That depends on the how many sides the figure or polygon has but they both will have the number of equal angles

if the angles of a figure are the same but the sides aren't, it is similiar. Congruent is angles and sides exactly the same

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Triangle

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which pairs of angles in the figure below are vertical angles

These are angles on the inside of a figure.

Exterior angles

The angles have the same measure. In the reflection the order of the angles are changed from clockwise to counterclockwise.

A circle.

If all of the angles add to 180 degrees the figure is a triangle. * * * * * That is if they form a plane figure. Angles that add to 1890 degrees are called supplementary angles.

The number of all possible angles is infinite and no figure can show them all.

That depends on the how many sides the figure or polygon has but they both will have the number of equal angles

if the angles of a figure are the same but the sides aren't, it is similiar. Congruent is angles and sides exactly the same

A figure with four equal sides and no right angles is a rhombus. A rhombus is comprised of two acute angles and two obtuse angles.