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No because then it would be an isosceles triangle. Scalene triangles have no sides of the same length. Isosceles have two sides of the same length and equilateral has all side of an equal length.

Q: Can an equalateral triangle have only two sides of equal length?

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A triangle with three equal sides is called a equalateral triangle.

Equilateral Triangle an equalateral

An isosceles triangle is a triangle (3-sided, 2-dimensional shape), 2 sides of which are equal in length. Any triangle which is not equalateral

an equalateral triangle. im not sure if thats how you spell it.

Equalateral (All sides aqual length) Isosceles (Two sides equal length, one isn't) Scalene (All sides different lengths) Right-Angled (A triangle with a 90 degree corner)

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It is a triangle whose 3 sides are equal in length and its 3 interior angles each measure 60 degrees

A triangle with all sides the same length

A triangle with three equal sides is called a equalateral triangle.

Equilateral Triangle an equalateral

equalateral

A triangle with all equal sides....?

A triangle with 3 equal sides and angles.

An isosceles triangle is a triangle (3-sided, 2-dimensional shape), 2 sides of which are equal in length. Any triangle which is not equalateral

an equalateral triangle. im not sure if thats how you spell it.

No but its 3 sides are equal in lengths.

they aren't the same, equalateral means 60 degree angles and equal length on all sides. scalene has 3 different angles and side lengths that differ too.

Equalateral (All sides aqual length) Isosceles (Two sides equal length, one isn't) Scalene (All sides different lengths) Right-Angled (A triangle with a 90 degree corner)