Possessing congruity; suitable; agreeing; corresponding.
geometric figures having the same size and shape; all matching or corresponding parts of congruent figures have the same measure
(4) Two figures that are identical—the same size and shape—are called congruent figures. If you put one on top of the other, they would match exactly. Congruent figures are also said to be congruent to each other.
figures that have the same size and same shape. angles angles that have the same measure. triangles triangles that are the same size and shape.
Two figures are congruent to one another if they have the same size and shape.
Angles or figures that have the same size and shape.
Objects and figures that have the same size and shape. The shapes can be turned into one another with a flip, rotation or turn.
exactly alike. Identical in shape and size.
Two figures that have identical sizes and shapes. Congruent figures are said to be congruent to each other. In the figures in the margin, the congruent sides are marked with the same number of slashes. The symbol @ means “is congruent to.
corresponding in character or kind
Having identical shape and size
Having the same size and shape. EXAMPLE - Congruent angles have the same measure; congruent segments have the same length.
(two or more ~ parameter lists) Having compatible parameters. The parameter lists of a generic function and its methods must be congruent. See Parameter List Congruency on page 93.
or the concept of congruence â€” Two figures are said to be congruent if they are the same size and shape.
a term describing figures or objects that are the same shape and size.
Having exactly the same size and shape.
Congruent means having the same shape and size. For example, two triangles are congruent if they have the same interior angles and same side length. Two line segments are congruent if they are the same length.
Means equal, as in two congruent shapes are identical.
Having the same shape and the same size.
Two shapes in the plane or in space are congruent if there is a rigid motion that identifies one with the other (see the definition of rigid motion).
Two geometric figures are congruent if and only if they are identical in shape and size (Lesson 2.2).
Figures of the same size and shape when, if placed one upon the other, coincide exactly, in all their parts.
Two or more figures having exactly the same shape and size; coinciding when superimposed.