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Q: Niko is thinking of a shape with three straight sides that intersect. None of the sides are equal. Draw Niko's shape?

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Equal vertical opposite angles are created when straight lines intersect each other

Four opposite equal angles are formed when 2 lines intersect each other

When 2 straight lines intersect vertical opposite angles are equal and the 4 angles created add up to 360 degrees

all major intersection have various other signs offering information to road users

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Any non-equilateral triangle.

A scalene triangle

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This is a description of a scalene triangle.

When two straight lines intersect they form 360 degees with opposite angles being equal.

Equal vertical opposite angles are created when straight lines intersect each other

Four opposite equal angles are formed when 2 lines intersect each other

In a way it does because it means straight lines that remain equal distance apart and never intersect with each other.

When 2 straight lines intersect vertical opposite angles are equal and the 4 angles created add up to 360 degrees

all major intersection have various other signs offering information to road users

The sum of an adjacent interior and its exterior angle will total to 360°. If the angles were to be equal, they would both have to be 180°. An angle of 180° is a straight line. A polygon may be composed of straight lines that intersect at vertices but a straight line has no vertex. That being the case, the answer to your question is "No".

They are equal