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Congruent Line Segments
Two line segments are congruent if the numbers used to represent their respective lengths are equivalent. As an example, two congruent line segments, each possessing a length of 10 units, are illustrated below.
Regarding applicable notations:
The notation on the left is read as "
AB
is equal to
CD
" while the notation on the right is read as "Segment
AB
is congruent to segment
CD
" where the symbol of
≅
is used to represent congruency.
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Congruent Angles
Congurent Triangles