Q: Can a equilateral triangle be a right triangle?

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No. In an equilateral triangle, all three angles are the same. Since they are not ninety degrees, you can't have a right triangle that is also an equilateral triangle.

no. an equilateral triangle is also equiangular, so the angles are 60 degrees each. a right triangle cannot be equilateral

It can be scalene or isosceles but not equilateral.

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An equilateral and right triangle are contradictory.

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No. In an equilateral triangle, all three angles are the same. Since they are not ninety degrees, you can't have a right triangle that is also an equilateral triangle.

a right triangle has 1 right angle an equilateral triangle has none they are both triangles an equilateral triangle has three equal side a right triangle has only 1 or 2-THANKS! your pretty nice!

no. an equilateral triangle is also equiangular, so the angles are 60 degrees each. a right triangle cannot be equilateral

It can be scalene or isosceles but not equilateral.

no

An equilateral and right triangle are contradictory.

An equilateral triangle can't be a right triangle since an equilateral triangle has all 60° angles, which are NOT right angles [measuring 90°]. If a triangle is a right triangle, then it has a right angle!

No, an equilateral triangle can't have a right angle, because an equilateral triangle has 3 equal angles of 60 degrees that add up to 180 degrees.

No. The equilateral triangle has all three sides equal to 60 degrees. The right triangle has a 90 degree angle making it different from an equilateral.