Opposite angles are equal.
Opposite angles are equal to each other
Only the pair of angles opposite the line of symmetry are equal. The other two angles that are bisected by the line of symmetry are not equal. if these angles were equal then the shape would be a rhombus.
When two lines intersect, the angles across from each other are called vertically opposite angles, or just opposite angles. Opposite angles are equal to one another. See 'related links' below.
They are simply called opposite angles.
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 rhombus is a 4 equal sided quadrilateral with equal opposite acute angles and equal opposite obtuse angles with diagonals that bisect each other at right angles.
Are opposite angles. There is nothing in the question that would require them to be equal or supplementary or anything.
It will have 2 opposite equal angles of 33 degrees and 2 opposite equal angles of 147 degrees
They are equal