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An equilateral triangle

All three sides (and therefore angles) in an equilateral triangle are the same measure. All three sides (and therefore angles) in a scalene triangle are different.

Yes, any equilateral triangle is also equiangular, meaning all three angles in the triangle have the same measure: 60 degrees (remember, the sum of the angles in a triangle equals 180). Therefore the equilateral triangle is also acute, meaning all three angles measure less than 90 degrees each.

An equilateral triangle is a triangle with all sides & angles having the same measure.An isosceles triangle is a triangle with 2 sides & angles measuring the same, leaving one angle/side to be different.A scalene triangle is a triangle with no sides and/or angles measuring the same length.

Equiangular. If all three angles are the same (60 degrees each) then all three sides will be the same length too: equilateral.

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No - an Equilateral triangle - all three angles (and sides) are the same measure, and by the definition of a triangle the sum of all the angles is 180. Therefore, all angles are 60, making it impossible for it to be obtuse.No.

In an equilateral triangles, all the sides are of the same length. All the angles are of the same measure, which is 60 degrees.In a scalene triangle, no two sides are of the same length and consequently, no two angles are of the same measure.

No. Scalene, by definition, is a triangle with no equal sides (or angles). An equilateral triangle must have all sides the same length (and all angles would measure 60Â°).

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