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Two figures are congruent if and only if there is a sequence of one or more rigid motions that maps one figure onto the other. Recall that to perform the rigid motions, the figures must also have the same size and shape. Let's consider the given diagram.
**not** have the same size. Therefore, they are **not** congruent and we **cannot** perform a transformation that maps one onto the other.

As we can see above, the figures do