A triangle is the same as a equilateral triangle because a equilateral triangle is a triangle but it is congruent on all sides
An equilateral triangle is a special type of isosceles so an isosceles triangle can not be described as an equilateral triangle so, any equilateral triangle can be an isosceles triangle but an isosceles triangle can not be an equilateral triangle
An oxymoron. An equilateral triangle cannot be obtuse; an obtuse triangle cannot be equilateral.
Area = side^2 x (√3)/4
The area is 1.2 (1.16463) m2
Area of Equilateral Triangle A= S2 * (Root 3)/4, where A= Area of the triangle S= Side of the triangle.
A triangle has area, not volume.
If an equilateral triangle and a square have equal perimeters, then the ratio of the area of the triangle to the area of the square is 1:3.
Perimeter of equilateral triangle: 24 units Area of equilateral triangle: 27.713 square units rounded to three decimal places
Area = 1443.376 cm2
There is only one basic shape for an equilateral triangle. The area can only vary as the length of the sides vary.
To get the area of an equilateral triangle, you just need to know the length of one side. Multiply the length of one side by the square root of three and then divide the product by four, and you will get the area of the triangle.
No, an equilateral triangle has to be equiangular, but an equiangular triangle does NOT have to be equilateral
In our example, the area of the equilateral triangle is 1/6 of the area of the regular hexagon