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Q: If the exterior sides of two adjacent angles are opposite rays, then the angles are _____ angles. complementary, supplementary, vertical, right.
A: If two adjacent angles have their exterior sides in opposite rays, then the two angles are sometimes complementary.
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User: If the exterior sides of two adjacent angles are opposite rays, then the angles are _____ angles. complementary, supplementary, vertical, right.

Weegy: If two adjacent angles have their exterior sides in opposite rays, then the two angles are sometimes complementary.
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