Q: Is an acute triangle always a scalane traingle?

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Yes, but it would have to be a triangle, not traingle!

A acute triangle is a triangle with only acute angles (angles less than 90 degrees). No obtuse or right angle.

An acute triangle has 3 sides of different lengths and 3 interior acute angles of different sizes

No. All three angles of an acute traingle are less than 90 degrees, so it cannot be a right triangle. The only similarity between them is that right angle triangle has 2 acute angles while acute triangles has 3 acute angles

An isoceles triangle has at least two sides equal; an equilateral has three sides equal so it is also isoceles; and since all angles are acute it is also an acute traingle

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Yes, but it would have to be a triangle, not traingle!

A acute triangle is a triangle with only acute angles (angles less than 90 degrees). No obtuse or right angle.

Every triangle must have either 2 or 3 acute angles.

An acute triangle has 3 sides of different lengths and 3 interior acute angles of different sizes

No. All three angles of an acute traingle are less than 90 degrees, so it cannot be a right triangle. The only similarity between them is that right angle triangle has 2 acute angles while acute triangles has 3 acute angles

An isoceles triangle has at least two sides equal; an equilateral has three sides equal so it is also isoceles; and since all angles are acute it is also an acute traingle

no

No :) Because one angle of the triangle is always acute and so the exterior has to be obtuse.

Yes, because an equilateral triangle is always acute.

this is called an obtuse triangle the triangle that has one angle 90 degrees is called a right traingle a triangle that has 3 angles less than 90 degrees is called an acute triangle

Yeah

No, not always