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Determining Congruence

Determining Congruence 1.12 - Solution

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Polygons are congruent when all of their corresponding parts are congruent. Keeping this in mind, let's identify congruent parts in the given diagram.

It can be seen above that and have the same shape and size. What separates them are their positions and orientations on the coordinate plane. Therefore, they are congruent.