When they are identical to each other in size and angles
Two polygons are similar if and only if the corresponding angles are congruent
Convex polygons with congruent sides and congruent angles are called regular polygons.
No only regular polygons have congruent angles.
similar polygons may not be congruent (different sizes) congruent polygons are always similar (equal in every geometric respect - including
Yes. The polygons must be congruent. They must have an even number of sides and angles. -alessandra
Regular polygons are those polygons that are both equilateral (all sides congruent) and equilateral (all interior angles congruent).
Polygons that have the same shape and size and all corresponding parts are congruent. (angles and sides)
Regular polygons. A square and rectangle will have congruent (equal length) diagonals.
the two polygons are congruent if they are the same shape with the same measurements. If they can be flipped, rotated, and/or slid to look identical then they're congruent.
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Regular polygons have congruent sides and angles
polygons that have corresponding angles congruent and corresponding sides proportional
It could be any number of polygons with 4 or more sides.
In math when 2 polygons have the same angles, lines and size, they would be congruent.
no, they have congruent angles
Many things have 2 sides that are congruent, including isoceles triangles, any regular polygons or polyhedrons, rectangles, etc.
The figure would be a prism. However, congruent polygons in parallel planes are called bases.
No. The word congruent is not applied to sides or angles.
It is not possible to answer the question since there are no polygons "following".
Because congruent technicly means the same so that means those polygons are the same. They are different in size but have the same shape.
No, you cannot.
A prism. A triangular prism has two congruent triangles as bases, rectangular prism, pentagonal prism, etc.
No, the definition of congruent polygons is that all corresponding SIDES are of equal length. All corresponding angles as well.
False. The angles will be congruent, but the sides not so.
Not all polygons are regular by definition. An irregular polygon may have non-congruent sides or non congruent angles or both. A regular polygon will always have both congruent sides and angles.
A circle, ellipse, some irregular polygons,
Regular polygons have congruent angles such as squares and equilateral triangles.
Yes, but they don't have to be.
Those two, there and there!
No, because some polygons can have more than 4 congruent sides
Regular Polygons. eg - Square is a regular figure, but a trapezium is not.
They have the same measures.
The majority of polygons would meet these requirements. Polygons with congruent sides are the exception rather than the other way around.
If, by parellel you mean parallel, the answer is a prism.
I am not sure that such a surface can exist.
no, they could be different size but same shape and be similar but not congruent.
Yes, because congruent is mainly saying same shapes if they said congruent shapes.
squares and triangles :/
No because they are exactly the same
... are said to be congruent.
No, not necessarily.
All regular polygons.
square and rectangle
The are congruent
They are said to be regular polygons such as equilateral triangles, squares and other polygons that have congruent sides and equal congruent interior angles.
Any regular polygon has two congruent faces. Many polygons have two or more congruent faces.