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He said that if the vice president was the alter ego of the president 'then their messaging should be congruent.'
The number of partitions of n in which the multiplicity of each part is either congruent to 0 (mod k) or else at least t and congruent to t (mod k) equals the number of partitions of n where all parts must be congruent to 0 (mod k) or congruent to t (mod 2t).
(Each of these parts will then be congruent to 3 modulo 6.)
The number of partitions of n in which the multiplicity of each part is either congruent to 0 (mod k) or else at least l and congruent to l (mod k) equals the number of partitions of n into parts with two colors, say blue and red,, where all parts in blue must be congruent to 0 (mod k) while all parts in red must be congruent to l (mod 2t).
(Each of these red parts will then be congruent to l modulo 2t.)
We are taught in geometry that two triangles can be congruent under various conditions; for example, if SSS = SSS or if SAS = SAS or if ASA = ASA and so on, where S represents a side of the triangle and A an angle.
The purpose of this study was to investigate why some Hawaiian language and culture-based (HLCB) educators perceived the Montessori approach to be congruent with their goals and values and to determine the salient features of the Montessori approach used by HLCB teachers who received Montessori training.
Principals' perceptions, however, may not always be congruent with the ASCA role standards.
For the sake of simplicity, we will use the term "lesbian" to refer to a woman who engages in sex with another woman, and thus represents the axis of sexual behavior, which may not necessarily be congruent with self-defined sexual identity (1).
After several exchanges, the teacher picks up the discussion.] They appear to be congruent to each other.
The students discussed flips and rotations of cutting schemes and whether these divisions should count as different: "The class came to a group decision that if it can be flipped or rotated to be congruent to a way already shown, it will not count as a new way."
The children also concluded, "If the shapes are congruent, they have to be fair shares, but fair shares don't have to be congruent." Of course, some of the students' generalizations were incorrect, especially those that involved the perimeter of pieces.