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Q: A triangle with all 3 sides equal in measure?

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An isosceles triangle has 3 sides 2 of which are equal in lengths An equilateral triangle has 3 sides all of which are equal in lengths

An equilateral triangle.

A triangle CAN fit that description, if it is "equilateral" (equi means equal, later- means sides, so "equilateral" means all sides are equal). If all sides are equal then all angles will be, too.

The word regular, for polygons, refers to all sides equal length, and all angles equal measure. A scalene triangle by definition, has not two sides equal, and all of the angles are different measure.

It depends on what type of triangle. If its an equilateral Triangle then all sides are equal, if its an isosceles triangle then 2 sides are equal while one is not, and lastly if its a scalene triangle no sides are equal

Equilateral, meaning all sides of equal length. The triangle is also equiangular, having all three angles of equal measure. Since the interior angles of a triangle sum to 180 degrees, each angle measures 60 degrees.

No, an isosceles triangle has two sides of equal length. An equilateral triangle has all three sides of equal length.

An isosceles triangle has 2 equal sides, a equadrilateral triangle has all equal sides, and a scalene has no equal sides

Equilateral triangle-All three sides are equal-All three angles measure 60 degreesIsosceles Triangle-Two equal sides-Two equal anglesScalene Triangle-Three unequal sides-No rule for angles (just have to add up to 180 degrees)

An equilateral triangle has 3 equal sides and 3 equal angles

An isosceles triangle has 2 equal sides. An equaliteral triangle has all 3 sides equal.

Every triangle has 3 sides but with a equilateral triangle all sides are equal

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