They will form a 4 sided quadrilateral if the triangles are the same sizes.
No, not all isoceles triangles can be equilateral triangles because an equilateral triangle has sides that are all equal to each other and an isoceles triangle has only two sides that are equal to each other.
It could be a cone
all sides equal is equilateral, two sides equal is isosceles, no equal sides is scalene.
the shape that can make two smaller triangles is parallelogram.
The two triangles would make either a square or a rectangle.
All of them.
Two triangles can but its an irregular shape
A three-sided shape is called a triangle. There are three types of triangles: equilateral triangles, iscosceles triangles, and scalene triangles. Equilateral triangles have all equal sides and angles; iscosceles triangles have two congruent legs and a base, and scalene triangles do not have any equal sides or angles.
The two congruent 3D triangles were equal in shape, size, length and volume.
Some triangles are equilateral, but not all of them. There are three types of triangles. Triangles which have three equal sides and three equal angles are called equilateral triangles. Isosceles triangles have two equal sides and two equal angles. Scalene triangles have no equal sides and no equal angles.
If two triangles are congruent then their matching parts are equal and if corresponding parts of two triangles are equal then triangles are congruent
a kite shape
does 4 go into a diamond
The geometrical figures, including isosceles triangles, are congruent if they are identical in shape and size. If they are of the same shape but not of the same size, then they are similar triangles. For two similar triangles, there is a correspondence between their vertices such that corresponding angles are equal and the ratios of the corresponding sides are equal. Thus, not all isosceles triangles are congruent.
If two objects are distinct, it means they are not equal, or in otherwords: not the same. If someone has said to you: "make two distinct triangles" just make two differend ones.