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In this lesson, we will learn how to identify the congruence of figures depending on the corresponding side lengths and angles being equal.

Q1:

Consider two right-angled triangles where the lengths of the two perpendicular sides in one triangle are equal to the lengths of the corresponding sides in the other. Are these triangles congruent?

Q2:

If the corresponding angles of two polygons are equal in measure, are the polygons congruent?

Q3:

State whether the figures are congruent or not congruent.

Q4:

Complete the sentence: These figures are .

Q5:

Are two rectangles congruent if the length and width of one is equal to the length and width of the other?

Q6:

The diagram shows the shapes and dimensions of two rectangles. Do the rectangles appear to be congruent?

Q7:

In the figure, the dashed line is a line of symmetry of the regular hexagon π΄ π΅ πΆ π· πΈ πΉ . Which polygon is congruent to π΄ π΅ πΆ πΉ ?

Q8:

Which shape is not congruent to the others?

Q9:

Q10:

Two squares are congruent. If one has side 5, what is the area of the other?

Q11:

Is a square with a side length of 6 cm congruent to a rectangle of length 6 cm and width 4 cm?

Q12:

Are the two circles congruent?

Q13:

Which two figures are congruent?

Q14:

Q15:

Are all squares with one side measuring 5 inches congruent?

Q16:

Are any two squares congruent?

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