Congruent Segments Definition?

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In mathematics, congruent line segments are lines that have the same length. In addition, line segments remain congruent regardless of their angle or position on a plane as long as they are of the same length.
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Congruent segments are line segments that do not go on forever and all of the lines are the same size.
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Definition: Line segments are congruent if they have the same length...
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Congruent segments are segments of the same length (measure). Source(s): http://regentsprep.org/Regents/mathb/1A/…
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The term congruent basically means equal. Congruency can be used to describe angles, sides and even the area or perimeter of a certain two figures.
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In mathematics, congruent means equal in size and shape. Congruent sides and segments have the same length, congruent angles have the same number of degrees, and congruent figures and equivalent sides, faces and angles.
Congruent line segments are segments with the same measure or length. In geometrical figures, two segments are shown to be congruent by marking them with same number of small perpendicular marks.
A congruent segment is a pair of lines that have the same length, equal length or same measurements. Objects that have the same angles are congruent also.
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