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Vertical Angles
Two lines intersect to create two pairs of vertical angles. One pair consists of angles A and B while the second pair consists of angles C and D.
Vertical angles share a common vertex while bounded by the same pair of lines but reside opposite to each other. Such angles are congruent, and conseqently, have equal measurements. As visible from figure above, ∠A =∠B and ∠C =∠D.
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