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Adjacent Angles

Concept

Adjacent Angles

Two angles are adjacent if they meet these conditions:

  • they share a common side
  • they share a common vertex
  • they do not overlap

The diagram below demonstrates an example of adjacent angles.

Angle α\alpha and angle β\beta share the vertex OO and the side OB,\overline{OB}, with no overlapping region.