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No, these are two quite different things. "Supplementary" means that the sum of the angles is 180 degrees. The angles need not be consecutive; on the other hand, two consecutive angles can have any measure, not always 180 degrees.

No, these are two quite different things. "Supplementary" means that the sum of the angles is 180 degrees. The angles need not be consecutive; on the other hand, two consecutive angles can have any measure, not always 180 degrees.

No, these are two quite different things. "Supplementary" means that the sum of the angles is 180 degrees. The angles need not be consecutive; on the other hand, two consecutive angles can have any measure, not always 180 degrees.

No, these are two quite different things. "Supplementary" means that the sum of the angles is 180 degrees. The angles need not be consecutive; on the other hand, two consecutive angles can have any measure, not always 180 degrees.

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No, these are two quite different things. "Supplementary" means that the sum of the angles is 180 degrees. The angles need not be consecutive; on the other hand, two consecutive angles can have any measure, not always 180 degrees.

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