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A pennant is a real life example of an isosceles triangle.

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A real life example is a gnomes hat, pizza slice, cake slice, IDK what a pennant is , but the previous person who wrote this wrote pennant so i guess penant :P and my last example is a pumpkin when u draw those triangles in it, your welcome :) .. oh ! and a flag , i think guyanas flag has isosceles triangle ^.^ A pennant is one of those isosceles-triangle shaped flags.... google it. thanks tho :) i needed this for school.

The yield signs on highways are equilateral.

The roof truss of a building with a low ridge roof.

A Spy Plane is an example of Acute Triangle.... >> njoy

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A real life example is a gnomes hat, pizza slice, cake slice, IDK what a pennant is , but the previous person who wrote this wrote pennant so i guess penant :P and my last example is a pumpkin when u draw those triangles in it, your welcome :) .. oh ! and a flag , i think guyanas flag has isosceles triangle ^.^ A pennant is one of those isosceles-triangle shaped flags.... google it. thanks tho :) i needed this for school.

An isosceles triangle has 3 sides 2 of which are equal in lengths and 3 interior angle 2 of which are equal base angles.

An umbrella.

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Any pythagorean triangle with unequal legs.

The only example that I can think of is a slide.

The yield signs on highways are equilateral.

An equilateral triangle is a triangle in which all three sides are equal. The yield sign on highways is an equilateral triangle.

the peak of a roof often forms an obtuse triangle.

The roof truss of a building with a low ridge roof.

people playing sports-angle of legs, arm, ect