No, I can't. No such thing can exist.
-- The interior angles of every triangle add up to 180 degrees.
-- An obtuse triangle is one with an angle greater than 90 degrees in it.
-- An equiangular triangle is one with all 3 angles the same size.
If one of them is obtuse, then they're all obtuse.
-- Three times (more than 90 degrees) = (more than 270 degrees).
-- So an obtuse equiangular triangle can't exist.
It is an equiangular triangle it is correct.
An obtuse triangle has one angle greater than 90 degrees.
An obtuse triangle does not always have three congruent sides. An obtuse triangle can be any form that always has three angles.
If you are classifying triangles by their angles, an obtuse triangle has one obtuse angle and two acute angles. A triangle can have at most one obtuse angle. If the two acute angles are congruent, the triangle would also be isosceles.
I don't think so because obtuse triangle has one obtuse angle
Yes it is possible
No, an equilateral triangle has to be equiangular, but an equiangular triangle does NOT have to be equilateral
no; a triangle must have an obtuse angle if one of its altitudes is outside of the triangle, and in this case 2 of the altitudes are out of the triangle.
Every equilateral triangle is equiangular, and every equiangular triangle is equilateral.
An equiangular triangle is always equal. A scalene triangle does not have to have any equal sides. Therefore an equiangular triangle in never scalene.
how you name a triangle by its angles is like acute, obtuse, or right triangle. you do that by seeing if the angle has a 90 degree angle in it then its a right angle, if all the angles are 90 degrees or less than its an acute triangle. and if the triangle has one angle that is over 90 degrees than it is an obtuse triangle. to name a triangle by its sides is if its equilateral, equiangular, or regular. if its equilateral then all the sides are congruent. if its equiangular then all the angles are congruent. if its regular, then all the sides and angles are congruent to each other (for example and octogon). :)
Yes. If a triangle is equiangular, then it is also equilateral - and vice versa.
No but an equilateral triangle is equiangular
No, it is impossible to draw an equiangular right triangle. An equiangular triangle has three 60o angles. A right triangle has one 90o angle, and two 45o angles.