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Given figure A and Figure B such that ar(A) = 20sq.units and ar( B ) = 20 sq. A. Figure A and B are congruent B. Figure A and B are not congruent
C. Figure A and B are similar
D.Figure A and B may or may not be congruent

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    (D) in general
    Now, if we know that both are squares, or something like that, then we have (A)
    Or, if we know they are similar (C), then we also have (A)

    If A and B are different shapes, then we obviously have (B)

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