No. An isosceles right triangle is a special case. There are many right triangles which are not isosceles.
An isosceles triangle has two equal sides and two equal angles. A right triangle is any triangle with one angle that is a right angle. A right triangle could also be an isosceles triangle, but an isosceles triangle will not always have a right angle.
It usually is a right angle that represents an isosceles triangle but there are some cases that the right and left side are equal and the base is the one with an unequal length.
Never but an isosceles triangle can sometimes be a right angle triangle
A right triangle and an isosceles triangle have the fact that they are both triangles in common. A right triangle can also be an isosceles triangle.
yes it is
Not all the time but it can happen
No. For example a 3, 4, 5 cm triangle is right angled but not isosceles.
An isosceles right triangle will always have its shorter sides of the same length, and the hypotenuse will always be this length times sin(45o) or times the square root of 0.5.
Not always because it could be a 50 50 80 triangle
A triangle that has one right angle and is isosceles is called an isosceles right triangle.
No, an isosceles triangle can not be a right triangle, because a right triangle has an angle of 90 degrees angle, and two angles of 45 degrees. An isosceles triangle has all acute angles, therefor, making it an acute triangle, so no, an isosceles triangle is not, i repeat not, a right triangle.
It can be. If two of the sides of a right triangle are the same length then it is an isosceles triangle
The perpendicular bisectors only intersect on the triangle when it is an isosceles right triangle.
Yes, a right triangle an be an isosceles triangle. The triangle will will have a 90 degree angle and two 45 degree angles. This is the only way a right angle triangle can also be an isosceles triangle.
The three angles inside EVERY triangle ALWAYS add up to 180 degrees.In an isosceles right triangle, the angles are 45Â°, 45Â°, and 90Â°.
An isosceles triangle has two sides and angles that are equal, causing it to have exactly a line of symmetry through it. A right triangle has one angle that is 90 degrees. An isosceles right triangle will always have one angle that is 90 degrees, while the other two angles will be 45 degrees.
A right angled isosceles triangle!
An isosceles triangle may have a right angle, but a right angle is not a requirement of all isosceles triangles.
Not normally but if it has angles of 90, 45 and 45 degrees it is then both a right angle and an isosceles triangle
It can be because it depends on the triangle's angles. For example, if the triangle has 2 equal sides and a right angle it could be a isosceles and a right triangle.