## Description

Let statements p, q, r, and s be as follow:

p: angle A and angle B are a linear pair.

q: angle A and angle B are supplementary angles.

r: angle A and angle B are adjacent angles.

s: angle A and angle B are adjacent and supplementary angles.

Substitute for p, q, r, or s, and write the statement below the way you would read it.

a. angle A and angle B are supplementary if and only if angle A and angle B are a linear pair

b. If angle A and angle B are a linear pair, then angle A and angle B are supplementary angles

c. If angle A and angle B are supplementary, then angle A and angle B are a linear pair

d. angle A and angle B are a linear pair if and only if angle A and angle B are supplementary

## Explanation & Answer

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Let statements p, q, r, and s be as follow:

p: angle A and angle B are a linear pair.

q: angle A and angle B are supplementary angles.

r: angle A and angle B are adjacent angles.

s: angle A and angle B are adjacent ...

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