Q: What set of reflections would carry triangle ABC onto itself?

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That would be a scalene triangle.

That is the definition of a triangle. If it did not have three sides it would not be a triangle. If it did not have three angles, it would not be a triangle.

It depends on what kind of triangle. A scalene triangle (no equal sides or angles) would not have any lines of symmetry. An isosceles triangle would have 1 line of symmetry, and an equilateral triangle would have 3 lines of symmetry.

That would be an equilateral triangle.

Yes. That would be an equilateral triangle.

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a right triangle

The contrapositive would be: If it is not an isosceles triangle then it is not an equilateral triangle.

That would be a scalene triangle.

It would be called the midsegment of the triangle. And when you have all the midpoints of the triangle joined, you would get the midsegment triangle. It is one fourth of the area of the actual triangle

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That is the definition of a triangle. If it did not have three sides it would not be a triangle. If it did not have three angles, it would not be a triangle.

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It would be an obtuse triangle.