Q: How many vertices does a traingle have?

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None.A triangle (not traingle) has 3 vertices (not vetices).

Assuming that what you call a "traingle" is actually a triangle, the formula is that one of the vertices has a measure of 90 degrees.

A triangular based pyramid has 4 faces, 6 edges and 4 vertices

Assuming that a traingle is meant to be a triangle, then the answer is none.

3... If its a traingle it has 3 angles where the sides meet.

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None.A triangle (not traingle) has 3 vertices (not vetices).

Assuming that what you call a "traingle" is actually a triangle, the formula is that one of the vertices has a measure of 90 degrees.

Circumcenter. Its constructed from the perp. bisectors of the traingle's segments.

A triangular based pyramid has 4 faces, 6 edges and 4 vertices

Assuming that a traingle is meant to be a triangle, then the answer is none.

3... If its a traingle it has 3 angles where the sides meet.

First I assume that you mean triangle and not traingle. The answer depends on the form in which you have information about the triangle.If the vertices of the triangle are known in terms of their coordinates: if the three vertices are (xa, ya), (xb, yb) and (xc, yc) then the CoG has the coordinates [(xa+xb+xc)/3, (ya+yb+yc)/3)].Otherwise, they CoG is the point where the medians of the triangle meet.

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traingle * * * * * No. Apaprt from the spelling, a triangle is a 2-dimensional object. There cannot be a 3-dimensional polyhedron with the specifications of the question because the Euler characteristic requires that Faces + Vertices = Edges + 2 and that clearly is not the case here.

Traingle is an anagram of the following words:AlertingAlteringIntegralRelatingTriangle

In safety traingle what is the meaning of traingle? Why not it is square or any other shape ? Why traingle only?

The interior angles of any triangle (not traingle) always sum to 180 degrees. Whether or not it is equilateral (not eguilateral) is irrelevant.