Q: What kind of traingle has two equal sides?

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No two sides of a scalene triangle are equal.

An isoceles triangle has at least two sides equal; an equilateral has three sides equal so it is also isoceles; and since all angles are acute it is also an acute traingle

An isosceles (2 equal sides), equilateral (3).

A triangle with at least two sides of equal length is called an isosceles triangle.

NO!!! If all four sides where equal , then you would have a 'Rhombus'. A Kite shape has four sides, two adjacent sides are of equal length.

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No two sides of a scalene triangle are equal.

This traingle is an equilateral traingle: which consists of all the three sides and angles to be congruent. The angles inside the triangle, just like any normal traingle, add up to be 180 degrees. The opposite of this traingle is the Scalene triangle which has all the three sides to be Uncongruent and has different angles. All the angles of ALL traingles still add up to 180 Degrees. The Isoceles triangle consists of two equal sides and one extravagantly large one side. Therefore, because of the previous properties, an isosceles traingle has two congruent angles and usually one obtuse or acute angle. The last triangle, the right triangle, has one right angle. It is the only triangle that is capable with triginomical ratios and the Pythagorean Theorem.

An isosceles triangle has 2 equal sides.

An isoceles triangle has at least two sides equal; an equilateral has three sides equal so it is also isoceles; and since all angles are acute it is also an acute traingle

An isosceles triangle has 2 equal sides.

An isosceles (2 equal sides), equilateral (3).

An isosceles triangle is a triangle that has two sides of equal length.

Isosceles

A triangle with at least two sides of equal length is called an isosceles triangle.

NO!!! If all four sides where equal , then you would have a 'Rhombus'. A Kite shape has four sides, two adjacent sides are of equal length.

the sum of two sides of the triangle should not be greater than the third side so it can not be less than 9 or higher than 30, also according to the second law.. in case of right angle traingle the square of two sides of a traingle shuld be equal to the third side.. here we dont know what type of triangle are you talking about so we need to expalin both the cases.