Q: Is a square the conseutive angles are supplementary?

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Diagonally opposite angles of a rectangle or square is one example.

No. All linear pair angles are supplementary, but supplementary angles do not have to be a linear pair.

Supplementary angles are any angles in which their degrees add to a sum of 180o. In the related links you will find an example of Supplementary angles.

Angles that are congruent and supplementary must be right angles.

Wouldn't think so, think of a trapezium shaped like a square with a triangle on one side... The angles at one end of the figure are both 90o, and the angles at the other end will be supplementary, but not opposite angles.

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All angles in a square are 90o so all adjacent sides are perpendicular to one another.

How about a square or a rectangle

Yes, any two consecutive angles of a square sum to 180 degrees

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

A square or a rectangle has opposite angles that add up to 180 degrees

Diagonally opposite angles of a rectangle or square is one example.

No. The adjacent angles are supplementary.

No. All linear pair angles are supplementary, but supplementary angles do not have to be a linear pair.

Supplementary angles are any angles in which their degrees add to a sum of 180o. In the related links you will find an example of Supplementary angles.

Angles that are congruent and supplementary must be right angles.

Supplementary angles - two angles that add up to 180 degrees. No matter how large or small angles 1 and 2 on the left become, the two angles remain supplementary which means that they add up to 180°. By the way, supplementary angles do not need to be adjacent angles(angles next to one another) if it doesnt add up to 180 then they are not supplementary angles, but if they do then they are supplementary angles.

Wouldn't think so, think of a trapezium shaped like a square with a triangle on one side... The angles at one end of the figure are both 90o, and the angles at the other end will be supplementary, but not opposite angles.