Yes, congruent figures have to be similar
If two figures are similar or congruent, each angle of the first figure is the same as the corresponding angle of the second figure.In similar figures, the ratio of each side in the first figure to the corresponding side in the second figure is a constant. If the figures are congruent, that ratio is 1: that is, the corresponding sides are of the same measure.
Similar means they are of the same shape but not necessary the same size. two figure are congruents when they are of the same shape and size. congruent figures can be similar but not similar figures aren't always congruent
because if you shrink or grow a similar figure, it would be congruent.
Congruent figures have exactly the same shape; you could superimpose one on the other and see only one figure. Similar figures have some points of similarity but do not have to be exactly the same.
A similar figure has the same interior angles as a congruent figure but its sides are in proportion to a congruent figure.
Because congruent figures just rotate or reflect making the shape the same size same everything, but when you dilate you shrink it or enlrge it making a similar figure but not a congruent figure. but translations, reflections, rotations, and dilations common thing is that when you move it or shrink it your shape still has the same angles.
Yes, due to the definition of congruent figures.
In order for a figure to be congruent, it has to be the same shape and size.
Yes, they are.
A congruent figure.