Well my Math Teacher said it was 2 but still don't think that... May be 2 Hope that helps.
You need to explain the question so we can answer it.
Helping a fifth-grader cheat might just be the meanest, nastiest,most hurtful thing a person could do to somebody that age.
they are all triangles
scalene, isosceles, equalateral
Integer, isosceles triangle, inverse operation...
thank goodness for my math teacher, norm! he said only in an isosceles triangle. The bisector of the vertex angle of an isosceles triangle is perpendicular to the base! =)
Excel math has all levels of math
what does range mean in fifth grade math?
Because all the people in the grade are 9, 10, and 11.
5 + x = 6
Isosceles triangles usually have two congruent sides, but the rule is that they actually have at least two. That means that they can also have a third congruent side. That means they are both equilateral and isosceles*, which I personally think is way too confusing, but that's how it works.Example: A triangle has angles of 60 degrees, 60 degrees, and 60 degrees. It is both isosceles and equilateral.*I think that equilateral triangles are actually a type of isosceles triangle, so that if you're asked on a math test, for example, whether a triangle is scalene, isosceles, or equilateral, you'd say equilateral.No, Isosceles is two equal sides, although an equilateral triangle CAN be an isosceles triangle. And Angles of an isosceles triangle are not known (given) - simply two equal sides.Three, like every other triangle.