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Q: Are the opposite angles of a trapezoid always supplementary?

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No, they are generally not supplementary.

The answer is supplementary! :-)

No. The adjacent angles are supplementary.

No, they are supplementary.

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No, they are generally not supplementary.

Yes.

A trapezoid.

Yes because that is one of the properties of a trapezoid

The answer is supplementary! :-)

Wouldn't think so, think of a trapezium shaped like a square with a triangle on one side... The angles at one end of the figure are both 90o, and the angles at the other end will be supplementary, but not opposite angles.

They are, yes.

No. The adjacent angles are supplementary.

No, they are supplementary.

Allied (or co-interior) angles are supplementary. Vertically opposite angles are always equal.

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Never

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