If all the sides and all the angles are the same and in the same order, the shapes are congruent.
A similar figure has the same interior angles as a congruent figure but its sides are in proportion to a congruent figure.
A square is not a solid figure at all. It's a flat figure, with four congruent faces and four congruent angles.
There's no such thing as one congruent figure. Two or more figuresare congruent if they have exactly the same shape and size.
A congruent figure is identical to another figure. Example would be like a circle with the radius of 12 meters, then the congruent figure would have to be a circle with a 12 meter radius.
marks used on a figure to indicate congruent
what is the congruent diagonals each of which divides the figure into two congruent isosceles right triangles
the solid figure with six congruent sides isva cube
Yes, congruent figures have to be similar
All interior angle measures and side lengths of one figure must be the same for the other figure.
A congruent figure.