Q: Is the acute triangle same as the rough triangle you draw?

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They both have at least two acute angles. Their centroid is not outside the triangle.

They have [at least] two acute angles.

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 Equilateral triangle IS an ACUTE triangle. , because all three angles are less then 90 degrees. Being equilateral , all three angles are 60 degrees. To draw an Equilateral Triangle, you need a ruler , pencil and compass. #1 ; draw a straight line , say 6 inches ( 15 cm). #2 ; Open the compass pointers to the same distancei. (6 ins. ( 15 cm) #3 ; placing the compass point on one ends of the straight line, and draw an arc. (curve). #4 ; Keeping the compass point open to the same distance, place the point on the other end of the straight line, and draw another arc, so that the two arcs cross. #5 ; with the ruler draw a straight line from one end of the base straight line to where the arcs cross. #6 ; from the other end of the same base line, draw another straight line from that point to where the arcs cros.. #7 ; if done correctly, you should see an equilateral triangle.

A right angled triangle has one angle that is 90 degrees. The other two must be acute and may (but need not) be equal to one another. An acute triangle has all its angles less than 90 degrees. They may be all the same, two of them the same or all different. An isosceles triangle has two angles the same (and hence acute). The third angle can be acute, right or obtuse. A scalene triangle has three unequal angles. Two of them must be acute but the third may be acute, right or obtuse.

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No. For example a triangle with sides 6, 7 , 8.

They both have at least two acute angles. Their centroid is not outside the triangle.

Scalene means the triangle has 3 sides unequal length. Acute means the triangle has 3 acute angles (less than 90o). So you should be able to draw a scalene acute triangle pretty easily. An equilateral triangle has all sides the same length and all angles are 60o. If you stretch one side a little, and shrink another side a little you will have a scalene triangle. And as long as you haven't stretched or shrunk the sides too far, it will also still be acute.

They have [at least] two acute angles.

In the same way that you bisect an acute triangle. Alternatively, you could extend one of the rays of the obtuse angle so that you have an acute angle. Bisect that angle and then draw a perpendicular to the bisector of the acute angle through the vertex.

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 Equilateral triangle IS an ACUTE triangle. , because all three angles are less then 90 degrees. Being equilateral , all three angles are 60 degrees. To draw an Equilateral Triangle, you need a ruler , pencil and compass. #1 ; draw a straight line , say 6 inches ( 15 cm). #2 ; Open the compass pointers to the same distancei. (6 ins. ( 15 cm) #3 ; placing the compass point on one ends of the straight line, and draw an arc. (curve). #4 ; Keeping the compass point open to the same distance, place the point on the other end of the straight line, and draw another arc, so that the two arcs cross. #5 ; with the ruler draw a straight line from one end of the base straight line to where the arcs cross. #6 ; from the other end of the same base line, draw another straight line from that point to where the arcs cros.. #7 ; if done correctly, you should see an equilateral triangle.

In a acute triangle, all the angles are less than 90 degree's. In a right triangle, one of the angles is 90 degree's, so a triangle cannot be bot acute and right at the same time.

acute, if you are referencing a triangle

A right angled triangle has one angle that is 90 degrees. The other two must be acute and may (but need not) be equal to one another. An acute triangle has all its angles less than 90 degrees. They may be all the same, two of them the same or all different. An isosceles triangle has two angles the same (and hence acute). The third angle can be acute, right or obtuse. A scalene triangle has three unequal angles. Two of them must be acute but the third may be acute, right or obtuse.

right triangle. pretty easy! lol. if it makes a right angle it should be a right triangle. if it is acute. it is an acute triangle, and the same with obtuse. its all simple to remember

No. Similar triangles have all the same angles. An acute triangle can never have an obtuse angle, so the two cannot be similar.