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This time I'm only asking for 2.

\begin{tikzpicture}[ultra thick]

\draw (0,0) -- (-5,0) -- (-5,5);

\draw[rotate=-90] (0,0) -- (-5,0) -- (-5,5);

\draw (-5,5) arc (135:45:{5*sqrt(2)});

\end{tikzpicture}

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In summary, dividing into 2 congruent pieces means splitting an object, shape, or area into two equal parts or pieces that are identical in size, shape, and measurements. The purpose of this is to create equal, symmetrical parts for various purposes such as mathematical calculations, geometric constructions, or creating balanced designs. This is different from regular division as it focuses on creating equal parts rather than dividing numbers or quantities. Examples of this include cutting a pizza into two equal slices, folding a piece of paper in half, or splitting a rectangle into two identical triangles. The tools or methods used for this include rulers, compasses, protractors, scissors, or folding techniques, which help ensure precision and accuracy in creating congruent pieces.

- #1

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This time I'm only asking for 2.

\begin{tikzpicture}[ultra thick]

\draw (0,0) -- (-5,0) -- (-5,5);

\draw[rotate=-90] (0,0) -- (-5,0) -- (-5,5);

\draw (-5,5) arc (135:45:{5*sqrt(2)});

\end{tikzpicture}

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Thank you for your participation!

They are really a set.

It also means that we can just as easily divide it into 5 congruent pieces:

\begin{tikzpicture}[ultra thick]

\draw (0,0) -- (-5,0) -- (-5,5);

\draw[rotate=-18] (0,0) -- (-5,0) -- (-5,5);

\draw[rotate=-36] (0,0) -- (-5,0) -- (-5,5);

\draw[rotate=-54] (0,0) -- (-5,0) -- (-5,5);

\draw[rotate=-72] (0,0) -- (-5,0) -- (-5,5);

\draw[rotate=-90] (0,0) -- (-5,0) -- (-5,5);

\draw (-5,5) arc (135:45:{5*sqrt(2)});

\end{tikzpicture}

I actually left a hint in the TikZ picture itself by using the

Dividing into 2 congruent pieces means splitting an object, shape, or area into two equal parts or pieces that are identical in size, shape, and measurements.

The purpose of dividing into 2 congruent pieces is to create equal, symmetrical parts for various purposes such as mathematical calculations, geometric constructions, or creating balanced designs.

Dividing into 2 congruent pieces is different from regular division in that it focuses on creating equal parts that are identical in size and shape, rather than dividing numbers or quantities.

Examples of dividing into 2 congruent pieces include cutting a pizza into two equal slices, folding a piece of paper in half, or splitting a rectangle into two identical triangles.

The tools or methods used to divide into 2 congruent pieces include rulers, compasses, protractors, scissors, or folding techniques. These tools help ensure precision and accuracy in creating congruent pieces.

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