Math
3. Which of the following statements is true? (1 point)
A. All similar figures are also congruent figures
B. All congruent figures are also similar figures.
C. It is not possible for figures to be both similar and congruent.*** My Answer
D.Figures that are congruent cannot also be similar.
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Swimmer

Is Swimmer going to believe "Vin Mwale" who gives no explanation and cannot post a math question that makes sense? Hmmmmm
https://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1518533490posted by Writeacher

is c right swimmer
posted by hunter

The answer was B. Oh and Writeacher was does "Vin Mwale" have to do with this I'm confused. @Writeacher
posted by Swimmer

oh
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