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Q: What is the differences between an isoceles triangle and an obtuse triangle?

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it is an irregular shape

it really depends on what type of triangle, isoceles, obtuse, and scalene....theres lots but it depends what kind

Types of angles: acute, right angle, obtuse and reflex Types of triangles: equilateral, isoceles, right angle triangle and scalene

obtuse triangle

A triangle with 1 obtuse angle is called an obtuse triangle.

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at most, 1 in any triangle

3 type of triangles are isoceles acute and obtuse triangles.

it is an irregular shape

Right Angled triangle Isoceles triangle Equalateral Acute scalene triangle Obtuse scalene triangle equalatrial isosilies scaline

it really depends on what type of triangle, isoceles, obtuse, and scalene....theres lots but it depends what kind

Types of angles: acute, right angle, obtuse and reflex Types of triangles: equilateral, isoceles, right angle triangle and scalene

Trisngle names are : - Equilateral Isosceles, Right - angled Scalene.

An acute triangle has three interior acute angles An obtuse triangle has one obtuse and two acute interior angles

Thay aren't. A scalene triangle has 3 uncongruent sides. While an isoceles has only one uncongruent.

An obtuse triangle has an obtuse angle.

An obtuse triangle or a right angle triangle. An equilateral is definitely an isoceles triangle * * * * * Not true. An obtuse or right angled triangles can be isosceles. It depends on the sizes of the two smaller angles. An isosceles triangle has two equal angles so a triangle with angles of size [A, (180-A)/2, (180-A)/2] degrees where 90 < A < 180 degrees would be an obtuse angled isosceles triangle. A triangle with angles of size (90, 45, 45) degrees is a right angled isosceles triangle.

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