Opposite angles, also known as vertical angles, are angles that are of the same amount of degrees and share the same vertex, but the face the opposite way from eachother.
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1. Draw the problem out with two intersecting lines and label each angle. Drawing the angles makes it easier to determine the adjacent and opposite angles. 2. Determine the opposite
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Opposite angles are angles across from each other in intersecting lines. For example, see the figure below: a> X < b Angle 'a' and angle 'b' are equal to each other. The two
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Opposite angles of a parallelogram are congruent. Any more questions?
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