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Q: What is the differences between an isoceles triangle and an obtuse triangle?

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

An obtuse triangle is not necessarily isosceles, but it can be.

Not every triangle has to have an obtuse angle.

A scalene triangle is a triangle in which all three sides have different lengths. The difference between a scalene right triangle and a scalene obtuse triangle is that in the first one, we can find the measure length of the third side when we know the lengths of the two other sides, and in the second one we cannot.

because if it is obtuse, there is no right angle. each corner has to be over 90 degrees (a right angle) to be an obtuse triangle.

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