Question

# Which statement is not true in the following statements?

- All congruent triangles are similar
- All similar triangles are congruent
- Similar triangle with scale factor 1 is congruent.
- Corresponding angles of similar triangles are equal in measure.

Hint:

### because lots of similar triangle have scale factor more than 1, but for congruent it should be 1

## The correct answer is: All similar triangles are congruent

### All similar triangles might not be congruent.

so the option 2 :) All similar triangles are congruent is the correct,

because lots of similar triangle have scale factor more than 1, but for congruent it should be 1

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