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Two geometrical objects are called similar if they both **have the same** shape, or
one **has the** ... If two **angles** of a triangle **have measures** equal to the **measures** of
two **angles** ... Two sides **have lengths** in the **same** ratio, and the **angles** included
between ... Given a triangle △ABC and a line **segment** DE one can, with ruler
and ...

www.answers.com/Q/Segments_have_the_same_length_and_angles_have_the_same_measure

**Segments have the same length and angles have the same measure**? ... The
answer to, "Segments that have the same length" Is Congruent Segments! Edit.

www.answers.com/Q/What_describes_segments_that_have_the_same_measure

This describes a triangle in which all of the **angles** are the **same** measure? ...
What is it called when 2 **angles** and 2 line **segments have the same measure**?

www.mathopenref.com/congruent.html

Two line **segments** are congruent if they **have the same length**. ... So if two
separate **angles have measures** of 30° and 23° for example, they are not
congruent ...

www.mathplanet.com/education/geometry/points,-lines,-planes-and-angles/measure-line-segments

The **length** of a line **segment** can be measured (unlike a line) because it **has** two
endpoints. ... Two lines could **have the same measure** but still not be identical.

www.mathopenref.com/congruentlines.html

Line **segments** are congruent if they **have the same length**. However, they **need**
not be parallel. They can be at any **angle** or orientation on the plane.

www.mathplanet.com/education/pre-algebra/introducing-geometry/triangles

Triangles. A triangle is composed of three line **segments**. ... The sum of the
**measures** of the **angles** is always 180° in a triangle. We **have** different types of ...
The **angles** opposite to the two sides of the **same length** are congruent. figure63
... Triangles that **have** congruent **angles** but not the **same** size are called similar.
Similar ...

math.stackexchange.com/questions/915914/what-is-the-difference-between-congruency-and-equality

Sep 1, 2014 **...** So, two figures are equal if they **have the same** points. ... I was taught to say two
line **segments** or two **angles** are equal if they **have the same measure**. ... two
figures are congruent if their corresponding parts are of the **same** measurement.
Ex. If two **segments have** equal **length**, then they are congruent.

www.dummies.com/education/math/geometry/how-to-measure-line-segments

You know that two **segments** are congruent when you know that they both **have**
**the same** numerical **length** or when you don't know their **lengths** but you figure ...