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Q: Are two adjacent angles whose exterior sides are opposite rays are complementary?

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No? Wouldn't they then be supplementary? Opposite rays make a straight angle/line, and if the exterior sides made the straight angle, the adjacent angles would be supplementary. ...Right?

They are adjacent angles.

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No. It is equal to the sum of the opposite interior angles.

-- Opposite sides are parallel. -- Opposite sides are equal. -- All four sides are equal. -- Adjacent sides are equal. -- Adjacent angles are supplementary. -- Opposite angles are equal. -- Diagonals are perpendicular. -- Interior angles sum to two straight angles. -- Exterior angles sum to two straight angles.

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No? Wouldn't they then be supplementary? Opposite rays make a straight angle/line, and if the exterior sides made the straight angle, the adjacent angles would be supplementary. ...Right?

The angles sum to 90° and the angles are complementary

Are complementary angles alwys adjacent?

Yes....."All insulting angles are opposite"

They are adjacent angles.

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Not necessarily, complementary angles have degrees that add up to 90. This does not mean they are adjacent, although they can be.

adjacent angles can be complementary and supplementary you can see a video of khan

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No.

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No. It is equal to the sum of the opposite interior angles.