Definitely not. The Answer has 2 sheets of metal, more tip rocker, not much in the tail, and is quite stiff. The One is much lighter, more playful, less a straight-ahead powerful freeride big-mountain ski. They are both really nice skis, but the Answer will appeal to mostly very good, fast, and/or heavy skiers. The One has a lower speed range, is quicker, snappier, but lacks the heft of the Answer. Another ski right in there (if The One is a little too light in the loafers) is the Watea 98 from Fischer. It has a bit more camber underfoot, the same amount of tip rocker as The One, a bit more even flex (The One has a very thin profile at the tip and tail, and is thicker underfoot, whereas the Watea is a bit stiffer at the tip and tail and the same flex throughout) Overall, they have the same flex, but they flex in different areas. The Watea also has the twin tail and a bit of tail rocker, so, aside from the Watea having additional camber, they are pretty similar. I thought the Watea was a bit more suited to my style of skiing and would be my 1st choice, but I lose the versatility of the binding system swap that The One gives me, for using it as a combo AT and alpine ski. Even then, I may choose the Watea for AT use, as it is a pound lighter and feels a bit more substantial on the snow. They really tweaked it from the old Watea 94, softening the flex, adding quite a bit of tip and tail rocker, but keeping the best characteristics of the Watea lineup.
Also, the Slicer from Dynastar is in this category as well.