Q: Are rectangles congruent

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Yes, into infinitely many sets of congruent rectangles. In fact, all plane shapes - including totally random ones - can be divided into sets of congruent shapes.

They're sides may not be congruent.

No.

Yes.

Yes.

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No, only those rectangles that are squares have four congruent sides.

Yes, into infinitely many sets of congruent rectangles. In fact, all plane shapes - including totally random ones - can be divided into sets of congruent shapes.

No, rectangles do not have congruent sides. Squares have congruent sides.

if the sides of two rectangles are equal then they r congrunt

They make two congruent rectangles, not to rectangles! This is because the line joining the midpoints of opposite sides are lines of [reflective] symmetry.

Rectangles

No.

Rectangles have all angles congruent,

They're sides may not be congruent.

A hexagonal prism.

Rectangular prism

Some of them (rectangles) do.