Q: If two triangles have the same side lengths then the triangles are?

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No, triangles with the same side lengths are always congruent.

no: if you have two triangles with the same angle measurements, but one has side lengths of 3in, 4in, and 5in and the other has side lengths of 6in, 8in, and 10in, then they are similar. Congruent triangles have the same angle measures AND side lengths.

The triangles have the same side lengths.

False. The statement should be: If the corresponding side lengths of two triangles are congruent, and the triangles are similar, then the corresponding angles are also congruent.

If the two triangles only had one angle which was the same, then the third side could be different lengths on each triangle. But if more than one angle is the same, then all three angles will be the same (as on the other triangle), and also the third side will be the same as well.

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No, triangles with the same side lengths are always congruent.

no: if you have two triangles with the same angle measurements, but one has side lengths of 3in, 4in, and 5in and the other has side lengths of 6in, 8in, and 10in, then they are similar. Congruent triangles have the same angle measures AND side lengths.

The triangles have the same side lengths.

to be congruent two triangles have, ASA-two angles the same with a side length between them. SAS-two side lengths the same and a same angle between them. SSS-all 3 side lengths the same. RHS-if the triangles are right angles ,and the hypotenuse are the same. :)

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well, they could be congruent, there are some rules for congruency, to be congruent two triangles have, ASA-two angles the same with a side length between them. SAS-two side lengths the same and a same angle between them. SSS-all 3 side lengths the same. RHS-if the triangles are right angles ,and the hypotenuse are the same. ;or they could be mathmatically similar. :)

Yes because the definition of a congruent triangle is a triangle with EVERY side the same length

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True, only if all the sides are the same length.

The side-angle-side congruence theorem states that if you know that the lengths of two sides of two triangles are congruent and also that the angle between those sides has the same measure in both triangles, then the two triangles are congruent.

Since triangles have three sides and must have interior angles equal to pi or 180o, the three interior angles in all equilateral triangles will be pi/3 or 60o.However, equilateral triangles must also have equal side lengths. Since equilateral triangles with interior angles of 60o will not necessarily have the same side lengths, two equilateral triangles will sometimes be similar to each other.

False. The statement should be: If the corresponding side lengths of two triangles are congruent, and the triangles are similar, then the corresponding angles are also congruent.