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• ...nd angles. It is a matter of convention whether triangles are regarded as congruent if the motion that transforms one into the other is [[orientation]]-reversi ...may regard these as stating that the data are sufficient to construct the triangle unambiguously.
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• In Euclidean geometry, triangles which can be superposed by a rigid motion.
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• {{r|Triangle}}
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• ...nd angles. It is a matter of convention whether triangles are regarded as congruent if the motion that transforms one into the other is [[orientation]]-reversi ...may regard these as stating that the data are sufficient to construct the triangle unambiguously.
2 KB (246 words) - 19:37, 28 November 2008
• #REDIRECT [[Congruent triangles]]
33 B (3 words) - 21:45, 25 November 2008
• * A criterion for [[congruent triangles]]
146 B (19 words) - 17:53, 31 May 2009
• * On triangles in the plane, being [[congruent]]. * On triangles in the plane, being [[similar]].
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• ...nce. All parabola with the same focal distance are [[congruence (geometry)|congruent]], meaning that given any parabola can be moved to any other parabola with ...&ang;''APQ'' = &ang;''FPA'' because the triangles ''FPA'' and ''QPA'' are congruent and hence &ang;''FPA'' (angle of reflection) is equal to &ang;''BPT'' (an
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• * A criterion for [[congruent triangles]]
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• ...with sides ''a'' and ''b'', the sum of the areas of the dotted and dashed triangle.}} ...its half-height ''d'', we see in Fig. 2 that the area ''S'' of the dotted triangle is equal to:
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• ** In particular, the relation between [[congruent triangles]]
645 B (93 words) - 17:51, 31 May 2009
• {{r|Congruent triangles}}
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• ...imilarity. Translations, rotations and reflections transform a figure into congruent figures; homotheties into similar figures. For example, all circles are mut ...ar in its theorems. The question "what is the sum of the three angles of a triangle" is meaningful in the Euclidean geometry but meaningless in the projective
28 KB (4,311 words) - 13:36, 14 October 2010
• ...bylonian mathematics: Plimpton 322, Pythagorean triples and the Babylonian triangle parameter equations, ''Historia Math.'' '''8''', p. 302.</ref><ref name=Ro by some sort of right-triangle problems.
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• ...rity, and the resulting [[phylogenetics|phylogenetic]] trees are typically congruent with traditional taxonomy, and are often used to strengthen or correct taxo ...ample of rapid sympatric speciation can be eloquently represented in the [[triangle of U]]; where new species of ''Brassica sp.'' have been made by the fusing
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