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{{ printedBook.courseTrack.name }} {{ printedBook.name }} To determine whether the given statement is true, we will recall two important definitions.

Congruent Figures | Rigid Motion |
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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.