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Q: What does adjacent interior angles mean in math?

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Adjacent angles are two angles that share a mutual side. This is in geometry.

It is a three sided straight lined shape with 3 interior angles that add up to 180 degrees.

they share a common side for example take a 90degree angle and split in half into 2 45 degree angles, the 2 angles would be adjacent because they share a side

If you mean a pentagon then it has 5 interior angles that add up to 540 degrees

Supplementary angles are angles whose measures add to 180 degrees.

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Adjacent angles are two angles that share a mutual side. This is in geometry.

a angle that is really werid

Adjacent angles are angles right next to each other

its the inner angle of the object. DEGREES must be used

adjacent means that it is next to or beside.for example, two angles might be complimentary ( adds up to 90 degrees) and be next to each other. Let's say that the angles are angles x and angle y. We say in math that angle x is adjacent to angle y.

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

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Do you mean the sum of interior angles? If so then it's: (number of sides -2)*180 = sum of interior angles

It is a three sided straight lined shape with 3 interior angles that add up to 180 degrees.

It is a three sided straight lined shape with 3 interior angles that add up to 180 degrees.

adjacent angles mean next to, need a common ray or vertex.

Adjacent means to angles next to each other . i think

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