Q: Can two angles if a kite be opposite and complementary?

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They are adjacent angles.

this figure has 2 obtuse angles and two acute angles. also the opposite sides are parallel.

The nonvertex angles of kite are congruent, and are the two angles that appear closer together.

Complementary Angles add up to 90°.Two 45 degree angles are complementary and congruent.This means the answer is yes!

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No.

Yes. The opposite angles of a kite can be supplementary if the kite is, more specifically, a square. (90° + 90° = 180°)

Yes. A very "flat" kite.

Congruent means exactly the same in size and angles. Only the two side angles are equal for a kite that is not a square.

Yes, they can. An example of this is when a kite's opposite angles are both 90°. (90° + 90° = 180°) In the example, the kite is more specifically a square, but because of the Quadrilateral Hierarchy Theorem, this is possible.

Only if the kite is a rhombus or square. For the kite shape (aka deltoid), only the two sides have equal angles, and their sides are equilateral. The top and bottom angles are not equal.

Only the two angles which are connected by the shorter diagonal will be congruent. The other two angles will not necessarily be congruent.

There is an infinite number of complementary angles. Complementary angles are all angles that add up to 90 degrees, such as two 45 degree angles.

No only two angles can be complementary

No, a kite is not convex. A kite is a quadrilateral with two pairs of adjacent sides of equal length and one pair of opposite angles that are equal.

They are adjacent angles.