Q: What is two triangles called?

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They are congruent triangles.

Some triangles are equilateral, but not all of them. There are three types of triangles. Triangles which have three equal sides and three equal angles are called equilateral triangles. Isosceles triangles have two equal sides and two equal angles. Scalene triangles have no equal sides and no equal angles.

Similarity.

Scalene Triangle

Triangles can be classified by their sides or their angles. When classifying them by their angles, triangles are called: acute triangles - all three angles are acute (less than 90º) right triangles - one right angle (90º) and two acute angles obtuse triangles - one obtuse angle (larger than 90º) and two acute angles

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They are congruent triangles.

Those would be SIMILAR triangles.

Two triangles

Some triangles are equilateral, but not all of them. There are three types of triangles. Triangles which have three equal sides and three equal angles are called equilateral triangles. Isosceles triangles have two equal sides and two equal angles. Scalene triangles have no equal sides and no equal angles.

Yes and they would be called similar triangles

an isosceles triangle

Similarity.

If two triangles are similar, then the reduced ratio of any two corresponding sides is called the scale factor of the similar triangles

Scalene Triangle

If it has only two triangles then it is a triangle based prism. If it is has two n-sided polygonal faces and n triangles then it is a n-polygonal antiprism.

Triangles can be classified by their sides or their angles. When classifying them by their angles, triangles are called: acute triangles - all three angles are acute (less than 90º) right triangles - one right angle (90º) and two acute angles obtuse triangles - one obtuse angle (larger than 90º) and two acute angles

Isosceles triangles have at least 2 equal angles. The 3rd angle can either be equal to the other two (it's then called an equilateral triangle), or it can be different from the two equal angles, in which case it's an isosceles triangle. All equilateral triangles are isosceles triangles, but not all isosceles triangles are equilateral triangles.