right triangle. obtuse triangle. acute triangle
Acute Triangle - All of the angles are under 90 degrees. Right Triangle - One angle is 90 degrees Obtuse Triangle - A triangle that has one angle greater than 90 degrees
equaladiral triangle: all sides are equal in size scalene triangle: all sides are different in size isosceles triangle: two sides are the same length in size
Equilateral: Length of all 3 sides is equal.Isosceles: At least 2 sides have equal length so an Equilateral triangle is also an Isoceles triangle.Scalene: The lengths of all sides are different.
All triangles have 3 sides and 3 interior angles that add up to 180 degrees and they are classified as follows:- 1 Scalene triangle 2 Right angle triangle 3 Obtuse triangle 4 Isosceles triangle 5 Equilateral triangle
Acute Triangle - All of the angles are under 90 degrees. Right Triangle - One angle is 90 degrees Obtuse Triangle - A triangle that has one angle greater than 90 degrees.
the three kinds of triangle are iscoceles scalene and etc:
One way of classifying triangles is by the number of congruent sides (angles). A triangle is equilateral if all its sides are equal. All its angles will also be equal. A triangle is isosceles if two of its sides are equal. The angles at the end of the third side will be equal to one another. A triangle is scalene if all three sides are of different length. In this case, all three angles will also be different.
All triangles are 3-sided. There are 3 different kinds. One where all 3 sides are equal length and have equal angles is called an Equilateral triangle. A triangle with two sides and angles the same is known as an Isosceles triangle. The last kind of triangle has 3 unequal sides and 3 unequal angles and it is called a Scalene triangle.
There are four different kinds of angles and they are:- Acute angles are greater than 0 but less than 90 degrees Right angles are 90 degrees Obtuse angles are greater than 90 but less than 180 degrees Reflex angles are greater than 180 degrees
An equilateral triangle is a triangle whose sides are equivalent. An isosceles triangle has 2 sides of equal length. A scalene triangle's sides are all different lengths.
acute, Right, and obtuse