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No, an equilateral triangle has all sides of equal length. All angles are 60 degrees.

A right triangle has a 90 degree angle and allsides can never be equal

Q: Are right triangles equalateral

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there are three different triangles. the iscocelese, equalateral and right. so no

'Isocoles' and 'Equalateral' triangles are, scalene, right angled, and obtuse triangles are not.

Yes. Many triangles can for example, an equalateral triangle

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there are three different triangles. the iscocelese, equalateral and right. so no

scalene, equalateral , isosceles, right

'Isocoles' and 'Equalateral' triangles are, scalene, right angled, and obtuse triangles are not.

Circle, isosceles,equalateral and scalene triangles, trapezium and many, many more.

obtuse, scalene, acute, equalateral, isosceles ,right...I don't think there are any more.

It is a shape that has at least 2 sides that are the same. Usually triangles.

If you divide the equilateral triangle into two right angle triangles then the hypotenuse will be 12 feet.

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Yes. Many triangles can for example, an equalateral triangle

Yes. All equilateral triangles have three equal sides (or angles) so two of them MUST be equal.

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No.