An equilateral triangle has the same length for each side, and the same angle for each vertex. All triangles have a mathematical property that states that the sum of all three angles in any triangle will equal 180 degrees. Since we know that all angles are the same, and there are three of them, each angle must be 60 degrees. An acute angle is one that is less than 90 degrees, and thus, each of the three angles are acute.
Yes all equilateral triangles are acute triangles, but not all acute triangle are equilateral triangles.
No, but all equilateral triangles are acute. Acute: All angles of the triangle are less than 90 degrees. Equilateral: All angles of the triangle are 60 degrees.
Aren't all equilateral triangles acute??
All equilateral triangles are cute.
if a triangle is acute, then the triangle is equilateral
Yes. All equilateral triangles are acute triangles, as they have 3 angles of 60 degrees each, all less than 90 degrees.
Yes it can. Every equilateral triangle is an acute one. To put it another way, the family of acute triangles includes all equilateral ones.
equilateral triangle, acute triangle, some isosceles and scalene triangles
Equilateral triangles have angles that all equal 60 degrees. Acute triangles all have an angles that are less than 90 degrees.
Equilateral triangles are equal at all sides which means that all angles well always be 60 degrees
All equilateral triangles have 3 equal acute angles of 60 degrees that add up to 180 degrees.
Yes it is correct that the statement is false. All equilateral triangles are acute, because all three angles are less than a right angle (90°). There are an infinite number of cases of acute triangles which are not equilateral.