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In order for a figure to be congruent, it has to be the same shape and size.

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How can i tell if figures are congruent?

They will be exactly alike to each other.


Definition of Congruent Figures?

The Definition of Congruent Figures (which is a proof) says that if two figures have corresponding sides congruent and corresponding angles congruent, then the figures are to be congruent.


Can congruent figures be similar and can similar figures be congruent?

Congruent figures are always similar. However, similar figures are only sometimes congruent.


What the heck are congruent figures?

Congruent figures are figures that have the same size and shape.


Can congruent figures be similar figures?

All congruent figures are similar figures, and have identical sizes.


Is congruent figures are always similar?

Are congruent figures always similar? Yes.


What does congruent figures have?

Congruent Figures has equal sides, angles, shape and size.


Corresponding parts of congruent figures are what?

congruent


What is different about similar and congruent figures?

Congruent figures are identical in dimensions and angles whereas similar figures have dimensions in proportion to congruent figures but both have exactly the same angles.


Can figures have congruent angles but not be congruent figures?

The lengths of the sides need not be congruent. For example, consider a square and a rectangle.


How are similar and congruent figures the same?

Congruent figures are similar - in sides as well as angles. Corresonding angles of similar figures congruent but their sides are not. The sides are all in some fixed ratio. [If that ratio is 1, the figures are congruent.]


What is different about similar figure and congruent figures?

Congruent figures are identical in dimensions and angles whereas similar figures have dimensions in proportion to congruent figures but both have exactly the same angles.

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