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Q: What is the lateral area of the right equilateral triangle prism?

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Equilateral triangle, Iscocolese triangle, Right angle triangle, And also toblerone but that's kind of a triangular prism :)

No. In an equilateral triangle, all three angles are the same. Since they are not ninety degrees, you can't have a right triangle that is also an equilateral triangle.

An equilateral and right triangle are contradictory.

No, an equilateral triangle as three 60 degree angles.

The lateral faces will be parallelograms, and the opposite faces will be congruent. In a right prism, the lateral faces will be rectangles.

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Using Pythagoras' theorem the height of the equilateral triangle works out as about 7 cm and so with the given dimensions it would appear to be quite difficult to work out the lateral area.

An right equilateral triangular prism.

Equilateral triangle, Iscocolese triangle, Right angle triangle, And also toblerone but that's kind of a triangular prism :)

An equilateral triangle can't be a right triangle since an equilateral triangle has all 60° angles, which are NOT right angles [measuring 90°]. If a triangle is a right triangle, then it has a right angle!

It is impossible for a right angled triangle to be equilateral unless it has a double triangle.

No

right triangle and equilateral triangle both have 3 sides

No because a right angle triangle has different properties to an equilateral triangle

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No. In an equilateral triangle, all three angles are the same. Since they are not ninety degrees, you can't have a right triangle that is also an equilateral triangle.

It can be scalene or isosceles but not equilateral.

no. an equilateral triangle is also equiangular, so the angles are 60 degrees each. a right triangle cannot be equilateral

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