Q: What does all right triangles have in common?

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In common with all triangles it has 3 sides.

All right angle triangles have a 90 degree angle and two acute angles which all together the 3 angles add up to 180 degrees.

no

Yes- but not all isosceles triangles are right triangles. Isosceles means that two sides are the same length, and two angles are the same.

Absolutely. Any two congruent right triangles will form a rectangle, and if the right triangles are isosceles right triangles, they will form a square.

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No, scalene triangles can be obtuse, right or acute triangles. A 3 - 4 -5 right triangle (lengths of the sides) is one example of a right-scalene triangle. In fact, with the exception of the [45°, 45°, 90°] right triangle (which is isosceles) all other right triangles are scalene.

No.

no only right triangles

No, only right triangles

No.

Only right triangles.

no

No because 30-60-90 triangles are right angle triangles

No, right triangles do not.

A right triangle and an isosceles triangle have the fact that they are both triangles in common. A right triangle can also be an isosceles triangle.

If one corner is right, the other corners are together 90 degrees. So they're both still variable. So: no not all right triangles are similar

INCORRECT: No because there is a obtuse triangle and a right triangleCORRECT ANSWERYes all triangles have at least two acute angles. Obtuse triangles and right triangles also have at least two acute angles. They are called obtuse triangles and right triangles because by definition they are triangles with ONE obtuse angle and ONE right angle. So therefore they both have 2 acute angles. Also for an acute triangle, it would have 3 acute angles.