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Q: What is right angle triangle and isoceles triangle?

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Types of angles: acute, right angle, obtuse and reflex Types of triangles: equilateral, isoceles, right angle triangle and scalene

isoceles Triangle, Scalene triangle, Equilateral Triangle and Right Triangle.

A right angle triangle has a right angle and two acute angles that all add up to 180 degrees.

No, a triangle can have up to one right angle, but it doesn't have to be a right angle in order to be a triangle. A right triangle had one right angle. so, NO

The side opposite the right angle in a right angle triangle is its hypotenuse

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No because a right angle is a measurement of 90 degrees.

It is simply a right angle triangle but if the sides were the same then it is an isoceles right angle triangle

Types of angles: acute, right angle, obtuse and reflex Types of triangles: equilateral, isoceles, right angle triangle and scalene

Yes.

A right angled triangle can have two 45° angles if it is isoceles

Not necessarily. A triangle with two equal sides is called an isoceles triangle. A right triangle has one angle that measures 90 degrees.

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in a 45 45 90 right triangle 2 of the legs are equal making it isoceles

An isoceles triangle has two angles that are the same length with the third being different. It can be a right angle or another angle. or it's also called a Right Isosceles triangle.

It can be but need not always be.

This is called an isoceles triangle. An isoceles triangles is when two angles equal.

Yes it can. If it does, it's called an "isosceles right triangle". The other two angles are each 45 degrees, and the triangle's legs both have the same length.

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