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# Is there a right triangle in an equiangular triangle?

Updated: 11/2/2022

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12y ago

No there is not. A right triangle has to have an angle of 90 degrees. An equiangular triangle has 3 equal angles. If a right triangle was equiangular, it would be 90 times 3 equaling 270 degrees. There are only 180 degrees in a triangle.

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No not never