# GEOMETRY

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Angle C and angle D are vertical angles. Conclusion is that angle C and angle D are complementary. What is a counterexample of the conclusion?

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since vertical angles are equal, they are complementary only if they both are 45 degrees.

So, pick any other angle as a counterexample.

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