Q: What type of triangle is formed by joining the points D(7 3) E(8 1) and F(4 -1)?

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That will depend on the 3rd coordinate which has not been given

It appears to be a scalene triangle because its 3 sides are of different lengths

It appears to be an isosceles triangle when plotted on the Cartesian plane

The centre of balance is at the point where the medians of the triangle intersect.

Equilateral.

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That will depend on the 3rd coordinate which has not been given

It appears to be a scalene triangle because its 3 sides are of different lengths

It works out as an isosceles triangle

It appears to be an isosceles triangle when plotted on the Cartesian plane

What type of triangle, if any , can be formed with angle measures of 32°, 126° , and 32°

The centre of balance is at the point where the medians of the triangle intersect.

Equilateral.

A parallelogram.

A scalene triangle is one type of triangle that will be formed from the given dimensions.

I think what you are asking is "What type of triangle is formed within a pentagon?" That depends on whether the pentagon is either regular or not, and also by how you plan on making the triangle, specifically between which diagonals of the pentagon. There is not enough information to answer this question.

This type of triangle is a scalene triangle

Any type of triangle determined by its angle can be an isosceles triangle. A scalene or right triangle can't.