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Q: Why can't an equilateral triangle be a right triangle?

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No. In an equilateral triangle, all three angles are the same. Since they are not ninety degrees, you can't have a right triangle that is also an equilateral triangle.

It can be scalene or isosceles but not equilateral.

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because its a right triangle For a triangle to be equilateral, all angles and sides must be of a same length. Since the total of the angles of a triangle can only be up to 180, it is impossible for there to be three 90 degree angles, which equal to 270 degrees..

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It is impossible for a right angled triangle to be equilateral unless it has a double triangle.

right triangle and equilateral triangle both have 3 sides

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No because a right angle triangle has different properties to an equilateral triangle

No. In an equilateral triangle, all three angles are the same. Since they are not ninety degrees, you can't have a right triangle that is also an equilateral triangle.

It can be scalene or isosceles but not equilateral.

no. an equilateral triangle is also equiangular, so the angles are 60 degrees each. a right triangle cannot be equilateral

a right triangle has 1 right angle an equilateral triangle has none they are both triangles an equilateral triangle has three equal side a right triangle has only 1 or 2-THANKS! your pretty nice!

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It can. Look at an equilateral triangle

because its a right triangle For a triangle to be equilateral, all angles and sides must be of a same length. Since the total of the angles of a triangle can only be up to 180, it is impossible for there to be three 90 degree angles, which equal to 270 degrees..

An equilateral and right triangle are contradictory.

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