Q: What type of angle is the largest in an equilateral triangle?

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An equilateral triangle has 3 equal sides, and each angle is 60 degrees.

In an equilateral triangle all the angles are 60 degrees (i.e. acute angles)

Only right triangles have right angles. An equilateral triangle though can't have a right angle because all the angles in any type of triangle must add up to 180 degrees. For each angle to be equilateral, they must be 60 degrees, showing that there is no angle at 90 degrees in an equilateral triangle, which would signify that it would be right.

the type of triangle is an equilateral triangle, meaning that all three sides are the same length and angle

An equilateral triangle is a polygon that has a measure of 60o for each angle.

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An equilateral triangle has 3 equal sides, and each angle is 60 degrees.

In an equilateral triangle all the angles are 60 degrees (i.e. acute angles)

equilateral triangle

the obtuse angle is the largest angle in a triangle. It spreads from 91 to 179 on a protractor

Only right triangles have right angles. An equilateral triangle though can't have a right angle because all the angles in any type of triangle must add up to 180 degrees. For each angle to be equilateral, they must be 60 degrees, showing that there is no angle at 90 degrees in an equilateral triangle, which would signify that it would be right.

A right angle triangle or an isosceles triangle.

An equilateral triangle would fit the given description

A triangle with the third angle that measures 30 degrees.This triangle is not isosceles nor equilateral but has one obtuse angle.

the type of triangle is an equilateral triangle, meaning that all three sides are the same length and angle

An equilateral triangle is a polygon that has a measure of 60o for each angle.

it should be 90 degrees

That depends on the type of triangle it is but if it's an equilateral triangle then its exterior angle is greater than that of a regular heptagon