# Are adjacent angles the same?

**Adjacent angles**are two

**angles**that have a common vertex and a common side but do not overlap. In the figure, ∠1 and ∠2

**are adjacent angles**. They share the

**same**vertex and the

**same**common side.

Beside this, is adjacent an angle?

**Adjacent Angles**. Two **angles are Adjacent** when they have a common side and a common vertex (corner point) and don't overlap. they have a common side (line CB)

Beside above, 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.

Besides, do adjacent angles have to equal 180?

**Adjacent angles** add up to **180** degrees. (d and c, c and a, d and b, f and e, e and g, h and g, h and f are also **adjacent**). These add up to **180** degrees (e and c are also interior). Any two **angles** that add up to **180** degrees are known as supplementary **angles**.

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).