Posted by **Anonymous** on Friday, August 3, 2007 at 1:46pm.

does a rhombus has opposite angles that are supplementary

yep they do..a rhombus' angles are all equivalent..so 360/4angles= 90 degrees each so if you add 90 and 90 = 180

and thus suplementary (180 deg)

What do you mean by "opposite angles" ?

The angles on the opposite sides of a rhombus are the same. The adjacent angles are supplementary. The same is true of a parallelogram.

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