Q: Does a rectangle contain supplementary angles?

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Diagonally opposite angles of a rectangle or square is one example.

Yes, that sounds right.

No. All linear pair angles are supplementary, but supplementary angles do not have to be a linear pair.

Supplementary angles are any angles in which their degrees add to a sum of 180o. In the related links you will find an example of Supplementary angles.

Angles that are congruent and supplementary must be right angles.

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Yes. Two angles are suplementary if their sum is 180 degrees. All interior angles in a rectangle are 90 degrees, so any pair of these angles is supplementary.

How about a square or a rectangle

A square or a rectangle has opposite angles that add up to 180 degrees

Diagonally opposite angles of a rectangle or square is one example.

Yes, that sounds right.

Not unless the parallelogram is a rectangle. In every parallelogram, consecutive angles are supplementary.

Yes because 90+90 = 180 degrees

yes they are supplementary.... because every angle of a rectangle is 90 degrees... therefore consecutive 90 degrees would be 180 degrees therefore they are supplementary....

Yes, when they are both 90o and the parallelogram is usually referred to as a rectangle.

No. The adjacent angles are supplementary.

No. All linear pair angles are supplementary, but supplementary angles do not have to be a linear pair.