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Q: What do congruent sides look like?

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triangle

All sides are equal in length

Looks like a parallelogram

__ \__\ Assume that all sides are equal and opposite angles are congruent.

yes, but the sides that are congruent are also adjacent. That is, they are next to each other. Not like in a rectangle where the congruent sides are parallel.

sides (no, not angles, SIDES, as in LINES,) that are the same length and thickness. Just like congruent shapes, but with lines. hope you find lots of congruent lines! :)

A cylinder looks like a can. It has congruent circles for the bases and vertical sides that when rolled out would be a rectangle.

No, rectangles do not have congruent sides. Squares have congruent sides.

It could look like a child's drawing of a house: a rectangular shape with a triangular roof on top.The vertical sides of the rectangle, and the sloped sides of the roof would be the two congruent pairs of sides.The angles at the base of the rectangle and at the base of the roof would be the two pairs of congruent angles.It could look like a child's drawing of a house: a rectangular shape with a triangular roof on top.The vertical sides of the rectangle, and the sloped sides of the roof would be the two congruent pairs of sides.The angles at the base of the rectangle and at the base of the roof would be the two pairs of congruent angles.It could look like a child's drawing of a house: a rectangular shape with a triangular roof on top.The vertical sides of the rectangle, and the sloped sides of the roof would be the two congruent pairs of sides.The angles at the base of the rectangle and at the base of the roof would be the two pairs of congruent angles.It could look like a child's drawing of a house: a rectangular shape with a triangular roof on top.The vertical sides of the rectangle, and the sloped sides of the roof would be the two congruent pairs of sides.The angles at the base of the rectangle and at the base of the roof would be the two pairs of congruent angles.

A scalene triangle has no sides congruent.

Regular polygons have congruent sides and angles

No. If you made a parallelogram with congruent sides it wouldn't necessarily have congruent angles. A square has to have congruent angles as well as congruent sides.

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