What is the difference between supplementary angles and linear pair?

supplementary angles:-supplementary angles are angles in which the sum of two angles is 180degree.

linear pair:-linear pair contains of two adjacent angles whose sum must be 180degree.

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supp.angles - sum of any 2 angles must be 180

linear pair- sum of 2 adjacent angles must be 180 so as to form a linear pair.............

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supplementary means 180 

linear pairs also means 180 

but in linear pairs there  should  be a straight line and a common line follow the figure




Linear Pair of angles
From Latin: linearis - "belonging to a line"
Definition: Two angles that are adjacent (share a leg) and supplementary (add up to 180°)
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In the figure above, the two angles JKM and LKM form a linear pair. They are supplementarybecause they always add to 180° and because they are adjacent, the two non-common legs form a straight line segment 
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no there is no difference as both of them form a pair of angle 180

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no as such there is no difference as both of them form a pair of angle of 180 degree

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In supplementry angle their can be 2 different angles but in leniar pair the angles have to be on a line

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no as such there is no difference as both of them form a pair of angle of 180 degree

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