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Mar 2, 2017

Adjacent angles share a common side and a common vertex point and do not overlap.


Two angles are said to be adjacent when they share a common side, have a common vertex point, and do not overlap.

If one angle were ABC with two sides AB and BC and the vertex point B, the other angle would be CBD, with the two sides CB (same as BC) and BD, and the vertex point B.