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a triangle

It is an equilateral triangle

Sides aren't acute, angles are. A triangle with three acute angles would be called (appropriately enough) an acute triangle.

They both have 3 sides but an isosceles triangle has two equal sides whereas an acute triangle with different acute angles has no equal sides and is said to be a scalene triangle, or an acute triangle with three equal acute angles (of 60° each) and three equal sides is called an equilateral triangle.

Any triangle that has three equals sides must have three acute angles and is equilateral.

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It is an equilateral triangle

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An isosceles triangle fits the description given or an equilateral triangle which has 3 equal sides and 3 equal acute angles.

Sides aren't acute, angles are. A triangle with three acute angles would be called (appropriately enough) an acute triangle.

An equilateral triangle.

An equalateral triangle

An isosceles triangle is a shape that has at least 2 sides that are the same length. This forces the angles to be acute.

An acute isosceles triangle has three acute angles (

This is a SCALENE triangle. There several types of triangle; Equilateral ; The three sides are the same length and the three angles are ALL 60 degrees. All angles are ACUTE Isosceles ; Two sides are the same length , and two angles have the same degree value. . May be ACUTE or OBTUSE. Right angled ; The three sides may vary in length, but ONE angle is 90 degrees. Is ACUTE, and maybe ISOSCELES. Scalene ; All three sides are of different length, and all three angles have different degree value. May be ACUTE or OBTUSE. Fort ALL triangles , of whatever shape, the sum of the interior angles is ALWAYS 180 degrees.

They both have 3 sides but an isosceles triangle has two equal sides whereas an acute triangle with different acute angles has no equal sides and is said to be a scalene triangle, or an acute triangle with three equal acute angles (of 60° each) and three equal sides is called an equilateral triangle.