Q: Consecutive angles in a parallelogram are?

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Not unless the parallelogram is a rectangle. In every parallelogram, consecutive angles are supplementary.

Parallelograms: 1.)opposite side of a parallelogram are parallel and you can prove that by finding the slope for both lines. 2.) opposite sides of a parallelogram are congruent 3.) diagonals bisect each other 4.)opposite angles are congruent 5.) consecutive angles are supp.

The angles in a parallelogram add up to 360 degrees

So, in a parallelogram you have two sets of parallel lines. Take one set, and one of other lines and continue it beyond that set of two lines. Now, the single line is known as a tranversal, and by the same-side interior angles therom, the consecutive angles you are talking about must be congruent. The argument is the same on the opposite side. This is a lot easier with a diagram, ask your math teacher sometime.

A parallelogram does not have to be four right angles. A parallelogram is a four sided shape with two parallel lines.

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Not unless the parallelogram is a rectangle. In every parallelogram, consecutive angles are supplementary.

Consecutive angles of a parallelogram are supplementary.

Consecutive angles in a parallelogram are supplementary.

In a parallelogram consecutive angles are always supplementary. This means they equal 180.

Then it's consecutive angles are supplementary.

Supplementary.

No.

The question does not really make sense. Once might ask, "Are consecutive angles in a parallelogram complementary?" in which case the answer is no. Complementary angles are angles which add up to 90 degrees. Consecutive angles are angles next to each other (or follow each other). In a parallelogram, consecutive angles are supplementary (add to 180 degrees). In a parallelogram, opposite angles are equal. You could have a parallelogram where two angles are 45 degree (and thus complementary) and then the other two angles would be 135 degrees.

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Consecutive angles in a parallelogram will not be complementary. Complementary would mean the angles would add up to 90 degrees. Consecutive angles add up to 180 degrees, meaning they are supplementary.