Q: Which triangle is classified by their congruent sides?

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Scalene Triangle- a triangle with no congruent sides Isosceles Triangle- a triangle with two congruent sides Equilateral Triangle- a triangle with three congruent sides

Isosceles Triangle - 2 congruent sides Equilateral Triangle - all three sides are congruent Scalene triangle - no sides are congruent

A scalene triangle does not have congruent sides but one, two or three of its sides can be congruent to those of another scalene triangle.

If it's an equilateral triangle then its 3 sides are congruent but if it's an isosceles triangle then only 2 of its sides are congruent

if it has one congruent side it is a scalene triangle. if it has a pair of congruent sides it is an isosceles triangle. if all the sides are congruent it is an equilateral triangle

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Scalene Triangle- a triangle with no congruent sides Isosceles Triangle- a triangle with two congruent sides Equilateral Triangle- a triangle with three congruent sides

A scalene triangle has no congruent sides. An equilateral has all equal sides, and an isosceles triangle has two of three sides equal.

Isosceles Triangle - 2 congruent sides Equilateral Triangle - all three sides are congruent Scalene triangle - no sides are congruent

A triangle with two congruent sides is an isoscelestriangle. But an equilateral triangle has two congruent sides. (It actually has three congruent sides.) And isosceles triangle is generally described as a triangle with exactly two congruent sides.

A triangle which has no two sides congruent is called a Scalene Triangle.

A triangle that has no congruent sides is a Scalene triangle.

what type of triangle has tree congruent sides

a triangle without any congruent sides is a scalenetriangle

A scalene triangle does not have congruent sides but one, two or three of its sides can be congruent to those of another scalene triangle.

If it's an equilateral triangle then its 3 sides are congruent but if it's an isosceles triangle then only 2 of its sides are congruent

if it has one congruent side it is a scalene triangle. if it has a pair of congruent sides it is an isosceles triangle. if all the sides are congruent it is an equilateral triangle

A triangle with two congruent sides is an isosceles triangle, and a triangle with three congruent sides is an equilateral triangle.