Origin of congruence
Examples from the Web for congruence
The congruence of interests creates this historic opportunity.Obama’s 2013 State of the Union and the Immigration Reform Moment|John Avlon|February 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The congruence of the Spirit and the body of the Church, if it occurs, is purely accidental.The Catholic World; Volume I, Issues 1-6|E. Rameur
By the aid of these two axioms the theory of congruence can be extended so as to compare lengths of segments on any two rects.
The aim of this lecture is to establish a theory of congruence.
Congruence depends on motion, and thereby is generated the connexion between spatial congruence and temporal congruence.
The first axiom of congruence is that the opposite sides of any parallelogram are congruent.
British Dictionary definitions for congruence
Word Origin and History for congruence
mid-15c., from Latin congruentia "agreement, harmony, congruity," from congruentem (nominative congruens), present participle of congruere "to come together" (see congruent). Related: Congruency.