A single angle can only add up to its own value! And how can a single angle be congruent? There have to be at least two angles for them to be congruent (or not).
To have a congruent angle, the measure of the two angle must be the same, so if ABC is 15 degrees, then FDE would have to be 15 degrees also to be congruent.
Yes, if two triangles have two congruent angles and two congruent sides then the triangles are guaranteed to be congruent. They only need two angles and one side congruent or two sides and one angle in order to be congruent.
The total angle measurement is 720 degrees.
Two angles that are congruent have the same angle measurement.
Two angles are said to be "congruent" if they are equal. To be more precise, their angle measurement is the same.
The two sides (or angles) are said to be congruent.
It can be almost any measure but the important thing to remember is that vertical angles are congruent, so any angle that is vertical to another has the same measurement as the angle it is vertical to.
HPE is an angle congruent to angle HRN.
TBP an angle congruent to angle PTB.
angle B and angle D are supplements, angle B is congruent to angle D, angle A is congruent to angle A, or angle A is congruent to angle C
The transitive property is if angle A is congruent to angle B and angle B is congruent to angle C, then angle A is congruent to angle C.
The Symmetric Property of Congruence: If angle A is congruent to angle B, then angle B is congruent to angle A. If X is congruent to Y then Y is congruent to X.
Only if the congruent angle is the angle between the two congruent sides (SAS postulate).
No, because they need not be congruent.
If angle A is congruent to angle B, then angle B is congruent to angle A.If X is congruent to Y then Y is congruent to X.