Not only are all three angles the same, the sides are too.It's called an equilateral triangle.
Yes. It would be an equilateral triangle with three equal sides. It would also be equiangular, with three equal angles, each measuring 60 degrees.
An equilateral triangle has three equal sides. The angles of an equilateral triangle measure 60 degrees each, but the sides can be any length.
A triangle with 1 side only measuring 4 inches can have two of its angles measuring 55° and 35°. The side would be either the hypotenuse or one other other sides of a right angled triangle. NOTE : A triangle with two of the three sides measuring 4 inches cannot have one of its angles measuring 55° and one other measuring 35° as the two sides of equal length would define it as an isosceles triangle. Therefore two of its angles are equal. If the two equal angles measured 35° each, then the third angle would equal 110°. If the two equal angles measured 55° each then the third angle would equal 70°. A triangle with all three sides measuring 4 inches has all three angles measuring 60° . It is an equilateral triangle.
In a triangle, if all of the angles are 60 degrees, then all three sides of the triangle are equal to each other. Basically, if the angles are equal than the sides must be equal. This kind of triangle is called an equilateral triangle.
Verticy, or vertices
It is a triangle that has 3 equal sides and 3 equal interior angles each measuring 60 degrees
They are both shaped differently and a triangle has three sides and a square has four sides, and a square has 4 equal right angles measuring 90 degrees each
A congruent triangle is a triangle with all its sides being unequal to each other.
Divide each of the sides of the triangle into three. Join corresponding points on each pair of sides.
No, A parallelogram has four sides, with opposing sides being parallel to each other. A triangle only has three sides, none of which can be parallel to each other.