Q: Can a triangle can be in more than one plane at a time?

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A=200 b=250

By looking at it in two dimensions, you would only be able to see one side at a time on the x,y plane. Therefore, it would simply be a triangle.

Yes, almost all the time. And when it is not coordinate planes it is coordinate hype-spaces (more than just the 2 dimensions that the coordinate plane allows).

Yes of coarse you can have more than one sty at a time

No. The only time they have to be the same length is in an equilateral triangle.

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aliitle more than 24 hours (with minimal transit and transfer time at air ports)

It, of course, depends on the plane. Slightly. LA and Riverside are only about 50 miles apart, so a plane is probably going to spend more time (possibly a lot more time) waiting for clearance to take off and/or land than it is actually flying between the two points.I once flew from Logan (Boston) to Manchester (a little further than Riverside to LA, but not much) because I didn't look closely at my flight schedule (I might have done it anyway, since it's a lot easier to get in and out of MHT than BOS by car). Total actual in-air flight time: 13 minutes. Time from boarding to deplaning: about an hour and a half.

A=200 b=250

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By looking at it in two dimensions, you would only be able to see one side at a time on the x,y plane. Therefore, it would simply be a triangle.

Yes, almost all the time. And when it is not coordinate planes it is coordinate hype-spaces (more than just the 2 dimensions that the coordinate plane allows).