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A Triangle with a perfectly 90 Degree angle, which also should have a corner which is perfectly square. :D

Q: How do you explain a right triangle?

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yes it only apllies to the right triangle and "c" is the hypotnuse of the triangles

yes

If a triangle has a right angle, it is a right triangle.

No it cannot because a rght angle is a full 90 degrees.

i think it would be 90 degrees and it would be a acute angle

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yes it only apllies to the right triangle and "c" is the hypotnuse of the triangles

Yes

Sometimes an isosceles triangle but never a scalene triangle with 3 interior acute angles.

Using trigonometric ratios.

using Pythagoras; check if 122 = 92+82 the equation is false then no it isn't a right triangle

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I won't explain it in depth but the simple answer is because if you take and identical right triangle then you can arrange them to make a rectangle. I've attached a link to an animation showing it rearranging a triangle to show the relationship.

No it is not. To be a right triangle the largest number squared has to equal the sum of the squares of the other two sides (Pythagorean theorem).

Nope. The hypotenuse is defined as the side of a right triangle opposite the right angle. a 45 - 45 -90 right triangle would, for instance, have two legs and a hypotenuse. However an equilateral triangle would not.

equilateral * * * * * * * No its right. Apex is stupid in ways no one can explain so yeah...

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