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a plane triangle is a normal triangle, like the isosceles, right angled, equilateral and scalene triangle.

No, never in plane geometry.

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A right angle triangle is a plane figure not a 3d one.

Scalene, right 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.

A right angle is a plane figure and cannot have a volume.

A triangle has no right angles when it is not a right angle triangle as for example as in the case of an equilateral triangle that has 3 equal 60 degree angles.

Not a plane triangle. With a triangle on a convex surface (eg on the surface of a sphere), the answer is Yes.

To make it simple.... If u are placing a triangle on a paper, the forces acting on a triangle from your left to right or right to light, along the plane of paper cannot move it, but .. when it is moved towards u or away, it can be moved or shifted from plane to plane.. so triangle vibration depends on the forces u apply in the particular direction...

Any triangle can have a maximum of one right angle. Most right triangles are scalene triangles. The only non-scalene right triangle is a 45° - 45° - 90° isosceles right triangle. It is not possible to have an equilateral right triangle in plane geometry. A scalene triangle does not have to have a right angle, but it can have one.

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