# Which of the following statements is true? A. Vertical angles are always complementary. B. Vertical angles are always supplementary. C. Vertical angles are always equal in measure. D. Vertical angles sometimes have different measures.

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###### Question:

Which of the following statements is true?

A. Vertical angles are always complementary.

B. Vertical angles are always supplementary.

C. Vertical angles are always equal in measure.

D. Vertical angles sometimes have different measures.

A. Vertical angles are always complementary.

B. Vertical angles are always supplementary.

C. Vertical angles are always equal in measure.

D. Vertical angles sometimes have different measures.

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