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Yes. Similar figures are the same shape, but not necessarily the same size; their angles are equal.

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Q: Do the angles of similar figures have the same measure?
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How are corresponding angles of two similar figures related?

They have the same measure.


What is important about the angles of similar figures?

when it comes to similar figures or angles you must know that they are the same shape but not the same size.


Do similar figures have corresponding angles that are supplementary?

Corresponding angles in similar figures should be the same, not supplementary.


What do similar figures have that's the same?

They have similar proportional shapes and the same angles.


Explain why similar figures are not always congruent?

similar figures have the same angles but not necessarily the same side lengths


What do congruent and similar figures have in common?

Their angles are the same.


What is different about similar and congruent figures?

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.


Figures that have the same shape and size and the measure of the angles is the same?

They are said to be congruent.


What is different about similar figure and congruent figures?

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.


How are similar and congruent figures the same?

Congruent figures are similar - in sides as well as angles. Corresonding angles of similar figures congruent but their sides are not. The sides are all in some fixed ratio. [If that ratio is 1, the figures are congruent.]


How can I use what i know about similar figures to solve problems?

Use the fact that the ratios of corresponding sides is the same, and also that corresponding angles have the same measure.


Angles that have the same relative position in similar figures?

Corresponding sides.

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