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Q: Could a right triangle ever be an an equilateral triangle?

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No, never. There's more than one way to get at it: -- The angles of an equilateral triangle are all equal. Since the interior angles of any triangle always add up to 180 degrees, the angles of an equilateral triangle are each 60 degrees. There's no right angle. -- A right triangle is a triangle with an interior right angle. An equilateral triangle has three equal angles. If it were a right triangle, each angle would be a right angle. Then: -- the three interior angles would add up to 270 degrees, which is impossible in a triangle; and -- two sides would be parallel to each other, they would never meet, and there could be no triangle. -- The sides of a right triangle satisfy the Pythagorean equation: A2 + B2 = C2. If all three sides were equal, then you'd have (two times the square of a number) equal to (the square of the same number), which isn't possible. -- Remember that the 'hypotenuse' of a right triangle is the longest side. But an equilateral triangle can't have a 'longest' side.NOA right triangle always has a 90 degree angle and an equilateral triangle always has three 60 degree angles, so no.

90 degree but not just for a triangle it can be 90 degree square or what ever shape you talking about

no because it is not the same shape or size.

No two sides of a triangle can ever be parallel.

No triangle can ever have more than one 90-degree angle. An acute triangle has none.

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No but it is possible for it to be an isosceles triangle with angles of 45, 45 and 90 degrees

Yes and it will have 3 equal sides

No not ever because they both have different properties

no...beacuse a parallelogram has to have parallel sides....a triangle can never have parallel sides

No it can't. The hypotenuse of a right triangle will always be longer than either one of the other two sides.

No, never. There's more than one way to get at it: -- The angles of an equilateral triangle are all equal. Since the interior angles of any triangle always add up to 180 degrees, the angles of an equilateral triangle are each 60 degrees. There's no right angle. -- A right triangle is a triangle with an interior right angle. An equilateral triangle has three equal angles. If it were a right triangle, each angle would be a right angle. Then: -- the three interior angles would add up to 270 degrees, which is impossible in a triangle; and -- two sides would be parallel to each other, they would never meet, and there could be no triangle. -- The sides of a right triangle satisfy the Pythagorean equation: A2 + B2 = C2. If all three sides were equal, then you'd have (two times the square of a number) equal to (the square of the same number), which isn't possible. -- Remember that the 'hypotenuse' of a right triangle is the longest side. But an equilateral triangle can't have a 'longest' side.NOA right triangle always has a 90 degree angle and an equilateral triangle always has three 60 degree angles, so no.

Absolutely not, not ever, nohow! An equilateral triangle has three angles of 60 degrees, a right-angled triangle must have one of 90 degrees.

nope

No not ever because they both have different properties

An isosceles triangle is one that has two sides of the same length and one side different An equilateral triangle is one that has all of its sides of equal length. All of the angles on an equilateral triangle are 60 degrees. A triangle with two sides 4cm and one side 100m would be an isosceles. But an equilateral triangle has all of the sides exactly the same so therefore an isosceles triangle can never ever be an equilateral triangle

No. Regardless of the size the Hypotenuse (the side opposite the right angle) would always be bigger athn either of the other two sides. It has to be as the sum of its square is always equal to the sum of the squares of both of the other two sides.

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