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Introduction to transformations

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Congruent shapes

Congruent means identical in shape and size. Shapes can be congruent even if one of them has been rotated or reflected.

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Which shapes are congruent?

Mixture of congruent and non-congruent shapes
Answer
Mixture of shapes with congruent shapes highlighted

Shapes A, B, E and G are congruent.

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