In short, no. Similar shapes are shapes in which all corresponding angles congruent regardless of the length of the sides. Congruent shapes have congruent corresponding angles and corresponding sides. In effect congruent shapes is a special condition of similar shapes.
All regular shapes have congruent sides.
A polygon with 2n sides (n>1) can have opposite sides congruent.
Since by definition corresponding sides of congruent shapes have the same length, the answer is 1.
The angles for congruent shapes and the angles in similar shapes are all the same. All the sides are also proportional in both. Basically, all congruent shapes are similar but not all similar shapes are congruent.
You can have two shapes - a small one and a big one - whose angles are congruent but the sides are not. In that case the shapes are not congruent but similar.
Squares and Rhombuses
There is no shape with exactly 4 right angles and 2 congruent sides.A rectangle has 4 right angles and 2 pairs of congruent sides - 4 sides in all. But if the numbers in the question are not limiting, then there are many more shapes. An irregular hexagon with the following shape, will meet the requirements if its height is the same as its base.___|....\|......\___!_______|There are lots more shapes with more sides.
A rhombus has 4 congruent sides, but it does not necessarily have 4 congruent angles.
Yes, that's what makes them congruent!
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! :)
Figures that have all sides congruent are squares. Congruent shapes have the same size and the same shape. Circles can be congruent if they have the same radius.