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Q: What is a 3-dimensional geometric shape that has a total of 5 faces with 2 faces being triangles and the other 3 faces being rectangles?

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False. Equilateral triangles are equilateral. All isosceles triangles have two of the sides the same, with the hypotenuse being longer than the other two.

A sphere is the best choice.

it is used in triangles and it is a2 + b2 = c2a being the short legb being the long legc being the hypotenuse

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All triangles inscribed in a semicircle with one side of the triangle being the diameter of the semicircle are right triangles.

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