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Which of the following statements is not true about corresponding sides? They are proportional for similar polygons. They are equal for congruent polygons. They are connected by a vertex. They are in the same position in both similar and congruent polygons.

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  1. k.rajabhishek
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    c option

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  2. dpflan
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    What is the definition of "corresponding sides" ?

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  3. amberose10
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    If the relative position of two sides is same in two figures, then they are called Corresponding Sides

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    |dw:1343198229259:dw|

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    They are proportional for similar polygons. They are equal for congruent polygons. They are connected by a vertex. They are in the same position in both similar and congruent polygons.

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    These are the statements. Corresponding sides exist when you are examining/comparing polygons.

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    So, option C/the third statement, does not make sense because corresponding sides by definition exist in different polygons, and therefore are not in the same polygon, therefore unconnected by a vertex

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