no they don't
Are congruent circles.
No. Circles of different sizes are similar, but not congruent.
Circles that have congruent radii. Congruent=coinciding at all points when superimposed (http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/congruent)
Circles with the same radius are congruent circles.
Yes, it is. Circles that are in the same plane and having the same center are called congruent circles.
2 circles can be congruent. The have to have the same radius.
They are congruent circles
They are congruent or identical circles
No.Restate the question: Abby split a circle into 6 equal parts and shaded 5 parts. Lolo split a congruent circle into 9 equal parts and shaded 8 parts. Do the two circles show equivalent fractions?The two fractions are 5/6 and 8/9. Since they are both in lowest terms, they are different quantities and cannot be equivalent.A general method for determining equivalent fractions or to compare them is to convert each fraction to a decimal:5/6 = 0.833333 ...8/9 = 0.888888 ...Equivalent fractions are different representations of the same quantity; in this case the two fractions represent different quantities.======Read more: Abby_split_a_circle_into_6_equal_parts_and_shaded_5_parts.lolo_split_a_congruent_circle_into_9_equal_parts_and_shaded_8_parts.do_the_two_circles_show_equivalent
Yes. Congruent circles by definition have the same size, and the radius sufficiently describes the size of a circle.
Congruent circles, maybe...
They are arcs of congruent circles.
Only when they have the same diameters then they will be congruent otherwise they will be similar.
Chuck Norris can prove it
Congruent arcs are circle segments that have the same angle measure and are in the same or congruent circles.