Yes. Similar figures are the same shape, but not necessarily the same size; their angles are equal.
They have the same measure.
when it comes to similar figures or angles you must know that they are the same shape but not the same size.
Corresponding angles in similar figures should be the same, not supplementary.
They have similar proportional shapes and the same angles.
similar figures have the same angles but not necessarily the same side lengths
Congruent figures are identical in dimensions and angles whereas similar figures have dimensions in proportion to congruent figures but both have exactly the same angles.
Their angles are the same.
They are said to be congruent.
Congruent figures are similar - in sides as well as angles. Corresonding angles of similar figures congruent but their sides are not. The sides are all in some fixed ratio. [If that ratio is 1, the figures are congruent.]
Use the fact that the ratios of corresponding sides is the same, and also that corresponding angles have the same measure.
No because Similar figures are the same shape, angles, and types but not lengths. Congruent means EXACTLY the same in everything.
In geometry, the term "similar" refers to figures that have the same shape but potentially different sizes (length, width, height). Strictly speaking angles don't have "size" so they would not be "similar". On the other hand if we interpret the intent to be to ask about congruent angles in similar figures the corresponding angles (i.e. angles that occupy the same relative position at each intersection where a straight line crosses two others) will also be congruent. If angles are similar in that they have approximately (but not necessarily exactly) the same measure, then their corresponding angles will also be approximately the same as each other. Stated another way: If angles A and B are very close in measure, and angle C is the corresponding angle of angle A and angle D is the corresponding angle of angle B, then angles C and D will be close in measure within bounds that can be predicted based on the difference in measure between angles A and B.
They must be the same.
If all angles of two polygons are the same the figures are similar (irrespective of rotation).
No. Two figures are similar if they have same shape, and all the angles are equal; but they can have the sides of different sizes. I mean, similar figures may have different sizes, but must have the same shape.
They are said to be similar if they have the same angles but different lengths
Providing that they have the same angles they are said to be similar shapes
Because the figures are said to be similar to each other and retain the same angles
They are said to be congruent
They have the same measure of base and height.
because if you shrink or grow a similar figure, it would be congruent.
A similar figure is proportionally the same shape as another figure and all the angles are the same.
corresponding sides angles or have the same relative poisition in similar figures.