Congruent Triangles Worksheets

What is Congruence in Triangles? The most primary shape we learn about in our childhood is a triangle. A figure bounded by three sides is not like other figures that we work with. The common kinds of triangles that we come across every day are equivalent, isosceles, and scalene. A triangle has three sides, three angles, and three vertices. And depending on the similarities between the measures of angles of the triangle, they are classified as equilateral, isosceles, and scalene. When it comes to finding the congruence between any object, the rule is to examine the two of them carefully and find similarities between them. An example of two things being similar or congruent is; two bangles of the same size and shape are said to be congruent. Two triangles are said to be congruent when they have all sides equal and all the angles equal. For example, a triangle LMN is said to be congruent when sides LM = MN are equal, as well as

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