It is an equilateral triangle that has 3 equal sides and 3 equal interior angle of 60 degrees.
Not necessarily. A triangle with two equal sides is called an isoceles triangle. A right triangle has one angle that measures 90 degrees.
A triangle where all three sides are equal is called an equilateral triangle. The sum of all three angles in any triangle is 180 degrees, and since equal sides means equal angles, three equal angles totaling 180 degrees; each angle must be 60 degrees.
acute angle is an angle that is less that 90 degrees. An isosceles triangle is a triangle that has 2 equal sides and 2 equal angles.
Yes. A triangle can be classified as: For angles 1. If a triangle has at least 1 angle that has an angle measure of more than 90 degrees, it can be called an obtuse triangle 2. If a triangle has 3 angles that are less than 90 degrees, it's a acute triangle. 3. If a triangle has an angle that has an angle measure of 90 degrees, it can be called and right triangle For sides: 1. All equal sides= equilateral. 2. 2 equal sides= Isosceles 3. No equal sides= scalene
All sides on a triangle can be equal. If they are each angle will equal 60 degrees.
if you mean ALL sides equal then no, because for a triangle to have ALL equal sides all angles must be equal (60 degrees), and an obtuse triangle must have an angle with 91 or more degrees. but if you mean TWO sides equal then yes. for example, a triangle with angles 40, 40 & 100 degrees would have two equal sides.
An equilateral triangle has three equal sides and three equal angles. Each angle is 60 degrees.
An isosceles triangle is a triangle that has two sides of equal length. A right triangle has an interior angle of 90 degrees. A right isosceles triangle has both characteristics. The 90 degree angle will be the angle formed by the sides of equal length.
An acute triangle leans to the right but an equilateral triangle is wide and straight. An acute angle has three inside angles all of which are smaller than 90 degrees, which adds up to 180 degrees of course, and the sides are not necessarily equal. An equilateral triangle has three sides which are equal and each inside angle = 60 degrees (that is all three of them are the same angle automatically). Sides are equal or angles are equal = equilateral triangle.
180 degrees/3 angles = 60 degrees each angle
An equilateral triangle has 3 equal sides, and each angle is 60 degrees.