Q: Are squares always congruent

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No. Most squares probably are not congruent. Although they are similar.

Yes.

squares and triangles :/

Yes, because it is made of congruent squares or equal squares.

It depends on the type of squares your looking at, if the are exactly the same its congruent.

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No. Most squares probably are not congruent. Although they are similar.

Yes.

squares and triangles :/

Squares and rhombuses can be congruent, but not always. If the rhombus is also a square, it is congruent to a square with the same dimensions. However, since a rhombus only demands for OPPOSITE angles to be congruent, and a square means ALL angles are 90 degrees, this is not always the case.

Yes, a square will always be congruent, but rectangles also can be squares too. This is where you choose whether or not it is or not.

Square and Rectangle

In a quadrilateral, the diagonals are only congruent for rectangles (or squares, which is a special kind of rectangle). Note: they are not congruent for a Rhombus.

Rectangles (including squares).

All rectangles, including squares.

All rectangles (this includes squares).

No. Most squares probably are not congruent. Although they are similar.

Yes, because it is made of congruent squares or equal squares.