Two angles that aren't adjacent but are formed by intersecting lines are called vertical angles. Their angle measures are always equal.
No, in fact, vertical angles can't be a linear pair. Vertical angles are opposite from each other which also make them equal each other. A linear pair has two angles adjacent to each other that eqaul 180 degrees.
If two angles do not have a common vertex they cannot be adjacent angles.
angles 1 and angles 2 are vertical angles this is so wrong the correct answer angle 1 and angle 2 are adjacent angles.
No, because by definition, vertical angles are not adjacent angles. Hope this helps
No vertical angles are across from each other & adjacent angles are beside but opposite from each other.
Yes they can.
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Vertical angles are a pair of non-adjacent angles formed when two lines intersect. We see intersecting lines all the time in our real world.