A similar figure has the same interior angles as a congruent figure but its sides are in proportion to a congruent figure.
They are said to be similar by proportion
Congruent figures are identical in dimensions and angles whereas similar figures have dimensions in proportion to congruent figures but both have exactly the same angles.
Two shapes are said to be similar if they have the same angles, and the crresponding sides are all in the same proportion.
Depends what kind of proportion you want to make and for what, could be percentages or to figure out the missing value in a side of one figure similar to another, etc
A similar figure is one with the same shape, the same angles, and the same relative dimensions as another. A similar figure may only be different, if at all, by scale size.
A similar figure is proportionally the same shape as another figure and all the angles are the same.
It is a figure that is the same as another figure in the plane. A square is the same plane figure as another square, but a cube is same the same plane figure even tho it is made up of 6 squares.
A figure that is the same shape as another but could be a different size.
They are similar figures.
They are similar shapes.
if the angles of a figure are the same but the sides aren't, it is similiar. Congruent is angles and sides exactly the same