Q: What is considered a Congruent argument?

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I am not sure about "perfect", but in any case it's a regular polygon. That means that all of its sides are congruent, and all of its angles are congruent.

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A rectangle is considered to be an irregular polygon. This is because, in a rectangle, the sides need not necessarily all be congruent, and regular polygons must have all sides be congruent.

A rhombus has all sides congruent with no sides *necessarily* perpendicular. Normally a square is considered a kind of rhombus. So the answer would be "non-square rhombus."

Non-congruent or incongruent is the opposite of congruent.

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Non-congruent represents something that is not in agreement, If superimposed it does not coincide. If two figures don't have the same shape they are considered non-congruent in Geometry. In order to be considered congruent, a figure must be the mirror image of another, if it is not, the figure is non-congruent.

Yes, there can be congruent arcs on a circle. Arcs which subtend the same angle at the center are considered as congruent.

Logos is considered by rhetorician's as the backbone of their argument.

2 stars could certainly be considered congruent. This really just depends on the plane the stars fall on for example.

A fallacy is basically an argument with poor reasoning. An argument can be considered to be fallacious even if the conclusion is true or not.

I am not sure about "perfect", but in any case it's a regular polygon. That means that all of its sides are congruent, and all of its angles are congruent.

No, arguments can either be strong or weak, however, a valid argument would be considered a sound argument. The opposite would be an invalid argument.

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No, arguments can either be strong or weak, however, a valid argument would be considered a sound argument. The opposite would be an invalid argument.

No, arguments can either be strong or weak, however, a valid argument would be considered a sound argument. The opposite would be an invalid argument.

A rectangle is considered to be an irregular polygon. This is because, in a rectangle, the sides need not necessarily all be congruent, and regular polygons must have all sides be congruent.

A counterclaim strengthens your argument by acknowledging and addressing potential opposing viewpoints. It demonstrates that you have considered different perspectives and can effectively refute them, making your own argument more persuasive and comprehensive.