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Ashley10116

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Ok, I know this is either no relation or similiar.

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    @FoolForMath @LyraElizabethAdams

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    Okay, I think that the answer is similar. I'm not totally sure, though. Like I said in the last problem, for a two figures to be similar, they will usually be different sizes, but they MUST be the same shape. These two figures are the same shape, so I think that they would be similar - I don't see any reason for them to have no relation. And you're right- they wouldn't be congruent, because congruent shapes must be the SAME size and shape. These have the same shape, but not the same size.

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    Okay, I think that the answer is similar. I'm not totally sure, though. Like I said in the last problem, for a two figures to be similar, they will usually be different sizes, but they MUST be the same shape. These two figures are the same shape, so I think that they would be similar - I don't see any reason for them to have no relation. And you're right- they wouldn't be congruent, because congruent shapes must be the SAME size and shape. These have the same shape, but not the same size.

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