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Q: Does a rhombus have opposite angles that are supplementary?

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Yes, adjacent angles are supplementary; however, opposite angles are not.

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No, they are generally not supplementary.

NOImproved Answer:-Yes a rhombus has equal opposite acute angles and equal opposite obtuse angles

No, they are equal. Adjacent angles are supplementary in a prallelogram.

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Yes, adjacent angles are supplementary; however, opposite angles are not.

There is no such thing as an "angle rhombus". The opposite angles of a rhombus are equal, adjacent ones are supplementary.

A rhombus has a pair of equal acute angles opposite one another. The other two angles are supplementary to these and so are also equal.

You cannot circumscribe a "true rhombus". The opposite angles of a circumscribed quadrilateral must be supplementary whereas the opposite angles of a rhombus must be equal. That means a circumscribed rhombus is really a square.

A rhombus has a pair of opposite equal acute angles and a pair of opposite equal obtuse angles and the four angles add up to 360 degrees.

- A rhombus had four sides and four angles - All four sides of a rhombus are congruent - Both pairs of opposite angles of a rhombus are congruent - One angle of a rhombus is supplementary to both of its consecutive angles - The diagonals of a rhombus bisect each other and are perpendicular - Both pairs of opposite sides of a rhombus are parallel

A rhombus is a simple quadrilateral with all its sides of equal length. As a result,its opposite sides are parallel,its opposite angles are equal,its adjacent angles are supplementary, andits diagonals bisect each other at right angles.

A rhombus cannot be a cyclic quadrilateral because its opposite angles are not supplementary (unless it is a square). It cannot, therefore, have a radius.

A rhombus has two pair of equal angles. Adjacent angles are supplementary.

A rhombus has 4 interior angles and opposite angles are equal

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No, they are generally not supplementary.

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