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An equilateral triangle

An equilateral triangle

Equilateral triangle.

In an equilateral triangles, all the sides are of the same length. All the angles are of the same measure, which is 60 degrees.In a scalene triangle, no two sides are of the same length and consequently, no two angles are of the same measure.

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If all the sides are same length and/or the angles are the same measure.

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Equilateral triangle.

No - an Equilateral triangle - all three angles (and sides) are the same measure, and by the definition of a triangle the sum of all the angles is 180. Therefore, all angles are 60, making it impossible for it to be obtuse.No.

In an equilateral triangles, all the sides are of the same length. All the angles are of the same measure, which is 60 degrees.In a scalene triangle, no two sides are of the same length and consequently, no two angles are of the same measure.

No. Scalene, by definition, is a triangle with no equal sides (or angles). An equilateral triangle must have all sides the same length (and all angles would measure 60Â°).

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