# Are adjacent angles always equal?

**angles**are

**always**congruent, which means that they are

**equal**.

**Adjacent angles**are

**angles**that come out of

**the same**vertex.

**Adjacent angles**share a common ray and do not overlap. Two

**angles**are said to be

**supplementary**when the sum of the two

**angles**is 180°.

Correspondingly, are adjacent angles always 180?

Corresponding **angles** are **equal**. a and b are **adjacent angles**. **Adjacent angles add up to 180** degrees.

Also Know, what is a pair of adjacent angles? **Adjacent Angles** are two **angles** that share a common vertex, a common side, and no common interior points. (They share a vertex and side, but do not overlap.) A Linear **Pair** is two **adjacent angles** whose non-common sides form opposite rays.

Furthermore, are adjacent and consecutive angles the same?

Terms. **Adjacent** Sides - Sides of a polygon that share a vertex. Convex Polygon - A polygon whose interior **angles** are all less than 180 degrees. **Consecutive Angles** - **Angles** in a polygon that share a segment as one of the sides that could be extended into a ray.

What are adjacent angles examples?

**Adjacent Angles**. **Definition**: Two **angles** that share a common side and a common vertex, but do not overlap. Try this Drag the orange dot. The line AC is the common leg of the two **adjacent angles**. In the figure above, the two **angles** ∠BAC and ∠CAD share a common side (the blue line segment AC).