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If triangle ABC, and DEF are congruent, then that means...?

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    It means they are equal, but what about the angles?

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    All sides are =, all angles are =, area us =, everything is =.

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    because of congruent

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    when two figures are congruent, they are exact same shape and all their measures are equal.

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    Yes. Congruent in triangles or shapes is to equal in numbers.

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    Alright guys since we all know what we are talking about, lets metal each other and get our scores up :)

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    Up to a translation, rotation or reflection.

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    ???

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    metal?

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  10. ilikephysics2 Group Title
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    the best response button

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    translation

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    Oh! Medal! Not metal...

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    oh no...ive been saying metal and not medal omgg

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    :) It's fine. People know what you mean probably...

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    |dw:1348239974317:dw|

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    |dw:1348239989663:dw|

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    Whoah! 99 score???

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    @estudier

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