# Math

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Which statement is NOT true for a pair of a intersecting lines?

A. They form two pairs of congruent angles.
B. They form four pairs of complementary angles.
C. They form four pairs of supplementary angles.
D. They form two pairs of vertical angles.

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They form four pairs of complementary angles

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