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incongruent

adjective in·con·gru·ent \-ənt, -wənt\

Definition of INCONGRUENT

:  not congruent <incongruent triangles>
in·con·gru·ent·ly adverb

Origin of INCONGRUENT

Middle English, from Latin incongruent-, incongruens, from in- + congruent-, congruens congruent
First Known Use: 15th century

Other Mathematics and Statistics Terms

abscissa, denominator, divisor, equilateral, exponent, hypotenuse, logarithm, oblique, radii, rhomb

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