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iscosoles triangles have two angles that are equal with two of the same lenght sides and scalene triangle have no sides or angles that are the same

the strongest relationship a pair of triangles can have is congruence. two segments or two angles are congruent when they have the same measures. congruent triangles have exactly the same size and shape.

False, because they could be similar triangles having the same angles but proportionally different side lengths

Correct. Congruency means that two triangles have three pairs of congruent angles and corresponding sides of the same lengths. A pair of triangles with three pairs of congruent angles but sides of different lengths are similar, not congruent.

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They are two triangles whose corresponding sides and angles are the same.

iscosoles triangles have two angles that are equal with two of the same lenght sides and scalene triangle have no sides or angles that are the same

If the angles are the same and the sides are proportional by ratio then they are said to be similar triangles.

If the angles of two triangles are equal the triangles are similar. AAA If you have three angles on both triangles these must be equal for the triangles to be similar. SAS If you have an angle between two sides and the length of the sides and the angle are the same on both triangles, then the triangles are similar. And SSS If you know the three sides

The same three sides also determine the angles uniquely. However, the same three angles do not uniquely determine the sides: they only determine the ratio between the sides. So, two triangles with the same angles can be of different size (similar triangles).

Yes- but not all isosceles triangles are right triangles. Isosceles means that two sides are the same length, and two angles are the same.

to be congruent two triangles have, ASA-two angles the same with a side length between them. SAS-two side lengths the same and a same angle between them. SSS-all 3 side lengths the same. RHS-if the triangles are right angles ,and the hypotenuse are the same. :)

If they both have 3 sides the same and 3 angles the same then they are said to be congruent.

No. All corresponding sides and angles have to be congruent for the triangles to be congruent.

Yes, they are. IF the side is between the two angles in both triangles,and all three items flow in the same direction in both triangles.

The answer is no. When two triangles are congruent all three corresponding sides are the same and all three corresponding angles are the same. Two triangles with the same corresponding angles can have corresponding sides different so they are not congruent.

They may not be. Depends on the triangles! All the angles and sides have to be the same to be congruent. They would be identical. The same angles but proportionally larger or smaller side lengths = similar.

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