Q: How much do supplementary angles have to equal to?

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

They both will be right angles that add up to supplementary angles 180 degrees

Supplementary angles!

supplementary can sure be a linear pair. As long as their is 2 different angles and they equal 180 degrees.

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

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Yes, because supplementary angles equal 180 degrees.

Supplementary angles are two angles that, when added together, are equal to 180 degrees.

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

Supplementary angles are two angles that add up to 180 degrees. They are only equal if they both equal 90 degrees.

A supplementary angle is 180 degrees. So, it depends how many supplementary angles you add together.

They both will be right angles that add up to supplementary angles 180 degrees

Yes. A supplementary angle is two angles with a common ray that equal 180 degrees.

They are supplementary angles

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A supplementary angles are 2 angles that equal 180. 70+110=180

Yes because supplementary angles add up to 180 degrees

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