DIFFERENT TYPES OF TRIANGLES AND THERE DEFINATIONS

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equilatereal triangle =A triangle having all sides equal

isosceles  triangle =  A triangle having  two sides equal

scalene  triangle  = a triangle having  all sides are of different lengths

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Right angled triangle=  A triangle having a right angle

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Different types of triangles are -:

equilatereal triangle =A triangle having all sides equal

isosceles? triangle =? A triangle having? two sides equal

scalene? triangle? =?a triangle having? all sides are of different lengths?
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Triangles A triangle has three sides and three angles The three angles always add to 180°

Equilateral, Isosceles and Scalene

There are three special names given to triangles that tell how many sides (or angles) are equal.

There can be 32 or no equal sides/angles: Equilateral Triangle

Three equal sides
Three equal angles, always 60° Isosceles Triangle

Two equal sides
Two equal angles No equal sides
No equal angles

What Type of Angle?

Triangles can also have names that tell you what type of angle is inside: Acute Triangle

All angles are less than 90° Right Triangle

Has a right angle (90°) Obtuse Triangle

Has an angle more than 90°

Combining the Names

Sometimes a triangle will have two names, for example: Right Isosceles Triangle

Has a right angle (90°), and also two equal angles

Can you guess what the equal angles are?

Play With It ...

Try dragging the points around and make different triangles:

You might also like to play with the Interactive Triangle.

Perimeter

The perimeter is the distance around the edge of the triangle: just add up the three sides:

Area The area is half of the base times height.

• "b" is the distance along the base
• "h" is the height (measured at right angles to the base)

Area = ½ × b × h

The formula works for all triangles.

Note: a simpler way of writing the formula is bh/2

Example: What is the area of this triangle? (Note: 12 is the height, not the length of the left-hand side)

Height = h = 12

Base = b = 20

Area = ½ × b × h = ½ × 20 × 12 = 120

The base can be any side, Just be sure the "height" is measured at right angles to the "base":

(Note: You can also calculate the area from the lengths of all three sides using Heron's Formula.)

Why is the Area "Half of bh"?

Imagine you "doubled" the triangle (flip it around one of the upper edges) to make a square-like shape (a parallelogram) which can be changed to a simple rectangle: THEN the whole area is bh, which is for both triangles, so just one is ½ × bh.

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the three types are:
>scalene triangle- three sides are unequal
>isosceles triangle-two sides are equal
>equilateral triangle-all sides are equal
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A triangle's type depends on the length of its sides and the size of its angles (corners). There are three types of triangle based on the length of the sides: equilateral, isosceles, and scalene....
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There are three types of angles
Scalene triangle - A triangle which does not has any of its side equal.
Iscosceles triangle - A triangle which has only two of its sides equal.
Equilateral triangle - A triangle that has all its sides equal is known as an equilateral triangle.
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There are two types of triangles:
1.Triangles based on sides
i)Equilateral triangle-All sides are equal.
ii)Isosceles triangle-Any two sides are equal.
iii)Scalene triangle-All sides are of different length.
2.Triangles based on angles
i)Acute angled triangle-All angles are less than 90degrees.
ii)Right angled triangle-One angle measures 90degrees.
iii)Obtuse angled triangle- One angle measure more than 90degrees.
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How many types???
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there are three triangles
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scalene- NONE OF THE SIDES ARE EQUAL
isosceles- ONLY 2 SIDES ARE EQUAL
equilateral- ALL 3 SIDES ARE EQUAL
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equilateral triangle =A triangle having all sides equal isosceles triangle = A triangle having two sides equal scalene triangle = a triangle having all sides are of different lengths Hope it helps😘
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Scalene triangle is a triangle where all the 3 line segments are in different measures
Isosceles triangle is a triangle where 2 line segments are of the same measure .
Equilateral triangle is a triangle where all the 3 line segments are of the same length .
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scalene triangle isosceles triangle and equiletreal triangle

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