Mathematics

Two adjacent angles always from a linear pair.


ANSWER

False


SOLUTION
The linear pair are angles who are adjacent and supplementary.
So, adjacent is one of the condition for being linear pair along with being supplementary.
So, linear pair will not be formed if angles are adjacent but not supplementary.
So, given statement is false
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