7th grade math
posted by DIANE .
Sue Thank you I understand how to do those problems. I have one last question: Is this true or false: If the scale factor between two similar shapes is 1, the the two shapes are the same size. (Note If two similar figures have a scale factor of 1, they are congruent).

Yes, if they are similar with scale factor 1, they are congruent figures.
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