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If two figures are similar or congruent, each angle of the first figure is the same as the corresponding angle of the second figure.

In similar figures, the ratio of each side in the first figure to the corresponding side in the second figure is a constant. If the figures are congruent, that ratio is 1: that is, the corresponding sides are of the same measure.

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