Any similar rectangle (with the same proportions).
Could a triangle and a rectangle ever be congruent? explain
Could a traingle and a rectangle ever be congruent? Explain.
a figure that has 2 sets of congruent sides
If the diagonals are cong. then the figure is a rectangle.
To each other no But individually a rectangle can be and a triangle can have congruent angles or sides
A square or a rectangle.
No. it can also be a rectangle
In some cases, a rectangle and a square can be congruent. A square is counted as a rectangle, thus a rectangle can be congruent to a square.
The definition of a rectangle: A figure that has 4 right angles, has congruent diagonals that bisect, has 2 pairs of parallel sides, and has 2 pairs of opposite congruent angles. A square has all of the above, and thus, is a rectangle by definition.
The answer is no, if a rectangle's sides were congruent, it would be a square not a rectangle.
If it just has congruent angles it could be a square or rectangle. It really depends on the sides also. (if they're congruent)
It is a rectangle or a square.
Any regular polygon has this property, as does any rectangle.
No. A rectangle has opposite sides congruent. If consecutive sides are also congruent, then your rectangle is a square.
No, a rectangle has to have four congruent angles.
no there are not congruent..........congruent means same in which there not
Rectangles do not have congruent lines. A square can always be called a rectangle. But a rectangle can't always be a square.
it could be a square or a rectangle. its a square if all four sides are congruent, but if not, its a rectangle.
Never. A triangle has 3 sides, while rectangle has 4 sides.No