# Answer to Question #20651 in Geometry for Kaysie Lish

Question #20651

Sketch a counterexample that shows why each conditionl is false.

1.) If PQ = QR, then point Q is the midpoint of line PR.

2.) If two angles share a common side and a common vertex, then they are adjacent angles.

1.) If PQ = QR, then point Q is the midpoint of line PR.

2.) If two angles share a common side and a common vertex, then they are adjacent angles.

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