Q: What helps maintains equal pressure on both sides of the ear drum?

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scalene has no equal sides

A regular pentagon has have equal sides. However, in the same way that a square has four equal sides but you can have a four sided figure with equal sides which is not a square, you can have pentagons that are not regular but do have equal sides. Unlike the quadrilateral, which is called a rhombus, there is no special name for a pentagon that has equal sides but not equal angles.

A parallelogram with equal length sides is a RHOMBUS. A parallelogram with equal sides and the four angles are at 90 degrees is a SQUARE.

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Eustachian tubes

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the eustachian tube maintains balance on both sides,so if it is clogged pressure will increase on one side and the person may become deaf.

The Eustachian tube is also known as the auditory tube. Its main function is to maintain equal pressure on both sides of the tympanic membrane.

osmosis stops when there is equal amount of concentration of water molecules on either sides of the semi permeable membrane. but due to higher osmotic pressure, turgor pressure and wall pressure, osmosis stops just before the concentrations become equal.

3 equal sides = equilateral 2 equal sides = isosceles all sides different = scalene

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scalene has no equal sides

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No. The cochlea transmit sound from the eardrum. The Eustachian tubes keep the pressure inside the ear equalized with the external pressure.