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A three dimensional shape (triangle) in which all the sides and all the angles are different is called an "Scalene Triangle"

There are 3 types of triangles:

1. Equilateral triangle - all 3 sides equal

all 3 angles equal (i.e., 60 each)

2. Isosceles triangle - 2 sides equal

2 angles equal

3. Scalene triangle - no sides equal

no angles equal

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A heptagon.

A Pentagon

A scalene triangle is a triangle in which there are no sides or angles with the same measures.

trapezoid

A two dimensional shape would have 17 sides. For a three dimensional shape - assuming that sides are faces - the answer depends on the shape itself.

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A circle. One side, zero angles. Also a line as it is a 1-dimensional shape.

A heptagon.

A Pentagon

Squares and rectangles have a two-dimensional shape with four sides and four right angles.

uhh, a triangle?

A scalene triangle is a shape that has no sides or angles with the same measurements.

A polygon; specifically a tetragon. A two-dimensional shape with four equal sides and four right angles is a square. A two-dimensional shape with two sets of equal sides and four right angles is a rectangle. A two-dimensional shape with two sets of equal sides and two sets of equal angles is a parallelogram. A parallelogram where each opposite angel bisects the shape is a rhombus. A two-dimensional shape with one set of equal, parallel sides and two sets of equal angles is a trapezoid. A three-dimensional shape with four triangular faces is a tetrahedron.

A 5 sided shape with 5 angles is a pentagon

No shape has four equal sides and four different angles - either there are two pairs of equal angles, or all four angles are the same; or all sides are not the same length.

Assuming it is a two dimensional shape, 12 sides implies 12 angles (interior or exterior).

A two-dimensional shape (polygon) is said to be "regular" (or equilateral) if all its sides are the same length and all its angles are the same angle. A regular pentagon, for example, has 72-degree angles on all five angles, and all its five sides are the same length.

A square is a two-dimensional shape with four equal sides and four right angles.

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