# What type of angle pair can be described as “supplementary and adjacent”?

*Supplementary* angles are those that in sum give

*Adjacent* angles are those that share a side.

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The type of angle pair that can be described as "supplementary and adjacent" is a pair of angles where one angle measures 90 degrees (forming a right angle) and the other angle measures 90 degrees (also forming a right angle), and they share a common side. These angles are adjacent because they share a common side, and they are supplementary because their measures add up to 180 degrees. Therefore, the angles are both adjacent and supplementary.

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