Is the converse of Vertically opposite angles true?

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Apoorva Shukla Asks: Is the converse of Vertically opposite angles true?
When two straight lines intersect the vertically opposite angles are equal.

But, can we say that, if the vertically opposite angles of two lines are equal then the lines are straight?



The angles marked equal in orange, come after comparing the two congruent triangles, in the attached image.

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