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1 triangle = 3 angles. 8 triangles = 8*3 = 24 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.

right triangle. obtuse triangle. acute 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.

No, but all equilateral triangles are acute. Acute: All angles of the triangle are less than 90 degrees. Equilateral: All angles of the triangle are 60 degrees.

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1 triangle = 3 angles. 8 triangles = 8*3 = 24 angles!

No, a triangle cannot have two angles. Triangles always have three sides and three angles that add up to 180 degrees.

If the angles are the same and the sides are proportional by ratio then they are said to be similar triangles.

Similar triangles are two triangles with three identical angles but not necessarily identical lengths but if they aren't identical they must have an identical scale factor for each side. Congruent triangle have identical angles and lengths but mat be rotated. on a similar triangle if one size gets bigger by two times the original all of them must be two times the original.

scalene triangles can be the same as acute triangles beacause scalene triangles are triangles with 3 different angles and sides. An acote triangle needs to have 3 angles less than 90 degrees.

Isoceles triangles and right triangles have 2 corresponding equal angles three equal corresponding angles are equilateral triangle

It is simple the study of triangles: the properties of their sides and angles. This is then extended to other, more complicated polygons and polyhedra, but the basis is still the triangle.

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.

right triangle. obtuse triangle. acute triangle

Equilateral 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.

No, but all equilateral triangles are acute. Acute: All angles of the triangle are less than 90 degrees. Equilateral: All angles of the triangle are 60 degrees.