Yes. Only if the other two angles of the right triangle are congruent and each equal 45 degrees. Then using the isosceles triangle theorem, you know that the two sides opposite the angles are congruent.
A triangle with 1 right angle and 2 congruent acute angles is both a right triangle and an isosceles triangle.
Not necessarily. The details are quite vague here since the question doesn't give the specific number of sides and angles.A triangle that has all congruent angles and sides is called an equilateral triangle.A triangle that has two congruent angles and two congruent sides is called an isosceles triangle.
The angles will be 90, 45 and 45 degrees
In an isosceles triangle, two angles, and therefore sides (Base Angle Theorem), are congruent. This does not mean that all isosceles triangles are also right triangles - there is only one (45, 45, 90 triangle).
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.
If a triangle is an isosceles triangle as well as being a right-angled triangle, the size of the two angles (that are not right angles) are 45 degrees.
Classification of triangles according to sides: -Scalene Triangle - a triangle with no 2 congruent sides. -Isosceles Triangle - a triangle with at least 2 congruent sides. -Equilateral Triangle - a triangle with 3 congruent sides. Classification of triangles according to angles: -acute triangle - a triangle with 3 acute angles. -right triangle - a triangle with one right angle. -equiangular triangle - a triangle with 3 congruent angles. -obtuse triangle - a triangle with one obtuse angle.
A right isosceles triangle.
No. They are usually different.An isosceles triangle has two equal angles and two equal adjacent sides. An isosceles triangle with three 60° angles is the equilateral triangle.Only one isosceles triangle, which has two 45° angles, includes a right angle and is called an isosceles right triangle.
No. An isosceles right triangle has the measures of 90, 45, and 45. Isosceles means that two sides are congruent. Hope this helps :)