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Determining Congruence

Determining Congruence 1.4 - Solution

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To determine whether the given statement is true, we will recall two important definitions.

Congruent Figures Rigid Motion
Congruence occurs when one object has the same shape and size as another object. A rigid motion is a transformation that preserves the length and angle measures of the preimage.

Therefore, if two figures are congruent, it means that we can map one onto the other by performing a rigid motion or a combination of rigid motions. The given statement is true.