Thats already a triangle if it three sides.
yes, it only needs one acute angle out of the three to make it an acute triangle.
You could use the 3 stick to make the number 4 which is a perfect square.
There are only three kinds of triangle - equilateral, where all three sides are the same - isoceles, where only two sides are the same - and scalene, where no sides are the same. The right triangle is a special case of the isoceles or scalene. Even if you consider the right triangle different, which is is not, that only make five kinds of triangle.
Only 3 if the sticks can only be used once in each triangle.
no; a quadrilateral has four sides and a triangle has only three
A triangle vertices are the end of a line; in a triangle there are only three such points.
A triangle, by definition, can have only three sides. So a four sided triangle simply cannot exist!A triangle, by definition, can have only three sides. So a four sided triangle simply cannot exist!A triangle, by definition, can have only three sides. So a four sided triangle simply cannot exist!A triangle, by definition, can have only three sides. So a four sided triangle simply cannot exist!
A triangle is not a quadrilateral. A quadrilateral consists of four sides, and a triangle only has three.
A shape with three and only three sides is a triangle, but it is not possible for a triangle to have three perpendicular sides.
An equilateral triangle has three equal sides1. 1. Any triangle has only three sides. A triangle is a closed figure that is bounded by three straight lines.
Make the triangle smaller... That is the only way
None. An isosceles triangle has only one line of symmetry, while an equilateral triangle has three.
note: TRIangle. a TRIangle always has 3 sides. not 2. THREE
A triangle can have only three sides. No triangle can have 9 sides!
No, a parallelogram is not a triangle because a parallelogram has four sides whereas a triangle has only three sides
No. An equilateral triangle is where all three sides of the triangle are equal. An isosceles triangle is where only two of the sides are equal.
No triangle. A triangle must have 3 angles that add up to 180 degrees, and three and only three sides, with no sides parallel.
In terms of the length the sides of a triangle it can be classified into three types:if all three sides are equal then the triangle is an equilateral triangleif only two sides are equal then the triangle is an isosceles triangleif none of the three sides are equal then the triangle is called a scalene triangle
I think the question you mean to ask is, "Do three collinear points make a triangle?" Linear is simply the adjective form of "line", "collinear" is used to describe points that lie on the same line. (Two points not only can be collinear, but always are, so it makes little sense to describe them as such).Collinear points cannot make a triangle, a triangle requires three noncollinear points.
A rhombus by definition has four sides, and a triangle has only three. So, a triangle is never a rhombus.
Make an X out of the two sticks. X is the Roman Numeral for 10.
The question does not make any sense. A "midsegment" suggests the mid part (or point) of a line. But a triangle cannot have a line opposite to a line since it has only three lines!
The Right Triangle. Perpendicular lines make a right angle.