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Chapter 1.2, Problem 13E
Textbook Problem

Chapter 1.2, Problem 13E, Exercises 10-13 FAC and CAD are adjacent and AF and AD are opposite rays. What can you conclude

Exercises 1 0 - 1 3

F A C and C A D are adjacent and A F and A D are opposite rays. What can you conclude regarding F A C and C A D .

Expert Solution
To determine

To describe:

The conclusion regarding FAC and CAD.

Explanation of Solution

Definition:

Supplementary angles are the angles whose submission is 180°

Approach:

The given statement is,

There exists two opposite rays AF and AD such that FAC and CAD are adjacent.

The given figure is,

Consider the figure (1),

Figure (1)

It is given that, AF and AD are opposite rays, then it can be said that the union of these two rays is straight line

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