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In this way, all positive integers have been “covered,” and the numbers occupying the same bucket are considered “congruent” to each other.
He proved that for two shapes to be “scissors congruent” — meaning they can be cut up and reassembled as each other — they must have the same Dehn invariant.
In 1965 Jean-Pierre Sydler proved that any two shapes with the same volume and the same Dehn invariant are scissors congruent.
His third problem asked whether any pair of three-dimensional shapes with the same volume are scissors congruent.
Each boasts its full complement of saints, whose congruent catalogues are equally wearisome in length.
Some objects when thought of are congruent to our existing state of activity.
They are not congruent and can never be in the actualized universe.
THE MYSTERY OF SPACEROBERT T. BROWNE
Genera; almost completely congruent; the Nymphalideous genera can be based on the structure of the larv, 444.
The identity of quality between congruent segments is generally of this character.
THE CONCEPT OF NATUREALFRED NORTH WHITEHEAD
The first axiom of congruence is that the opposite sides of any parallelogram are congruent.
THE CONCEPT OF NATUREALFRED NORTH WHITEHEAD

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