Any regular polygon.
An equilateral triangle.
An equilateral triangle has 3 equal interior angles each measureing 60 degrees
They are if the triangle happens to be an equilateral one and they're all 60 degrees. Otherwise, no.
Yes. A parallelogram has congruent opposite sides as well as congruent opposite angles.
32.5 degree each
if they are proportional
A congurent half is the same as a line of symetry. It is a half that is the same shape, size and length as the other half
Yes it does.
A square has that.
an equilateral triangle
Not similar in shape or size
There are countless. For instance, take a look at any bridge. If the angles are not congruent, then BOOM, the whole thing will come down. It will exert to much force on a certain part of the bridge. CivilEngineers need to make sure that the angles are congruent, even to 0.01 degrees. That's just one example.
The have the same angular measure.
A rhombus, or, if there is a right angle, a square.
no congurent means equal