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Determining Congruence

Determining Congruence 1.2 - Solution

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The sentence is referring to mapping one figure onto another through a rigid motion or composition of rigid motions. Recall that rigid motions do not change the shape nor the size of a figure. Therefore, if we can do that, then the figures are congruent.

If two figures can be mapped onto each other with rigid motions they are congruent.