Q: What is the best way to describe a right triangle?

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The best way to find the length of a right triangle is to use the Pythagorean Theorem. The answer would be A = 3.

either a right angle or a acute angle it depends what way you turn the triangle

If it's a right triangle, then one.There is no other way to have a perpendicular angle in a triangle without it being 90 degrees, or right.

An obtuse triangle has one angle greater than 90 degrees and a right triangle has one angle exactly 90 degrees.

A right triangle has one right angle the other two are usually acute. Therefore is you had to name the sides and angles the answer would be right triangle and acute. There is no possible way that there can be two or more obtuse angles in one triangle HOPE THIS HELPS

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it can be either way

Yes, a right triangle an be an isosceles triangle. The triangle will will have a 90 degree angle and two 45 degree angles. This is the only way a right angle triangle can also be an isosceles triangle.

The best way to find the length of a right triangle is to use the Pythagorean Theorem. The answer would be A = 3.

either a right angle or a acute angle it depends what way you turn the triangle

they both have a right angle

If it's a right triangle, then one.There is no other way to have a perpendicular angle in a triangle without it being 90 degrees, or right.

An obtuse triangle has one angle greater than 90 degrees and a right triangle has one angle exactly 90 degrees.

A right triangle has one right angle the other two are usually acute. Therefore is you had to name the sides and angles the answer would be right triangle and acute. There is no possible way that there can be two or more obtuse angles in one triangle HOPE THIS HELPS

They have [at least] two acute angles.

One way that they are related is called the Pythagorean theorem. C squared = b squared + c squared. c being the hypotenuse, and a and b being the legs. If it is a special right triangle, such as a 45-45-90 or 30-60-90, there are other ratios which describe their relationships.

No way to tell as we don't know an angle or another side.

Yes, as long as there is at least one right angle in the triangle. No way.