Q: What makes a pair of angles vertical angles?

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Yes, a pair of intersecting lines always forms a pair of vertical angles.

The Vertical Angles Theorem says that a pair of vertical angles are always congruent.

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Because they are obtuse angles!

No because two angles do not have common vertex

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the vertical angles are the same angles as well as horizontal angles but vertical and horizontal are most the time different except when they all are 90 degrees.

No

In a Linear Pair the 2 angles add up to 180 degrees while Vertical Angles are just 2 vertical angles that are congruent.

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Yes, a pair of intersecting lines always forms a pair of vertical angles.

The Vertical Angles Theorem says that a pair of vertical angles are always congruent.

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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.

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which pairs of angles in the figure below are vertical angles

Because they are obtuse angles!