All angle of two similar regular polygons must be equal.
Corresponding angles are equal.The ratios of pairs of corresponding sides must all be equal.
Yes, the corresponding sides of two similar regular polygons must have equal lengths. This is because both the polygons are similar, which means that since they are also polygons, they must have equal lengths.
The angles are the same, but the sides don't have to be the same length. or Two polygons are similar if and only ifthe corresponding angles are congruentThe corresponding sides must be in a consistent ratio -- for example, if side AB = (2xA'B'), then sides B'C', C'D' ... K'A' must also be twice as long as their corresponding sides BC, CD, ... KA.
Sometimes. Remember, in order for two polygons to be similar, their angles must be congruent, and their corresponding sides must be proportional. In a rhombus, it is always possible for the angles to differ.
Yes. The polygons must be congruent. They must have an even number of sides and angles. -alessandra
The 2 polygons must have corresponding angles. They also must have equivalent ratios.
If two rectangles are similar, they have corresponding sides and corresponding angles. Corresponding sides must have the same ratio.
They must be the same.