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Petoskey Northmen Math 

Summarize properties and features of isosceles and equilateral triangles.
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Javen miller
10/27/2017 07:05:06 am
Isosceles has 2 = sides
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Ronta moore
10/27/2017 12:01:57 pm
An isosceles angle has to angles that are the same size and one angle that is a different size. An equilateral angle Is an angle with all its sides the same amount or equal to each other
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Meggan LeCureux
10/27/2017 07:05:26 am
An isosceles triangle is a three sided geometric shape where to of the sides (legs) are congruent to each other. The third side of an isosceles is called the base. The total measure of any triangle is 180°. An equilateral triangle is much the same as an isosceles, except all sides are the same length, and measure exactly 60° each, whereas the measures in an isosceles may vary.
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Wandrie M.
10/27/2017 07:05:49 am
Equailateral is when all sides r the same isosceles is when 2 sides r the same. P.S MSU is better than u of m
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Buerkel K
10/27/2017 07:09:30 am
Isoscele triangle always have a pair of equal sides usually on a math problem they will have dashes in the sides that are equal. Equilateral triangles are equal on each side and have dashes on each side of the triangle.When solving them you can use the number.
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R Nederhood
10/27/2017 07:09:39 am
Isosceles triangles have 2 congruent sides. They also have congruent base angles. Equilateral triangles have all equal sides. All angles must equal 60 degrees. Must equal 180.
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Barron H.
10/27/2017 07:13:36 am
Isosceles triangles have 2 congruent sides. They also have 2 congruent angles. An equilateral triangle has three equal angles. They also have three equal sides.
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Shuman Trevor
10/27/2017 08:22:22 am
Isosceles triangles have a pair of equal sides and they will have dashed lines that show they are equal equalateral all sides are equal and they will have dashed lines on all of the sides
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Leist Parker
10/27/2017 08:22:55 am
All triangles equal 180 degrees. So triangles are classified as isosolese. Others are classified as squill lateral. If they’re equil lateral and u get one angle all of the other angle will be the same, same with the length. An isosolice triangle has two equal sides and lengths.
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Hall D.
10/27/2017 08:23:46 am
Isosceles triangles have two equal sides while equalateral triangles have all equal sides s they all have the same angle and measures while isosolese has only two equal measures and angles.
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Wilson D
10/28/2017 08:30:16 pm
An isosceles triangle is a triangle with 2 congruent sides and 2 congruent angles (which means they have 2 equal sides and angles). An equilateral triangle is a triangle that all 3 sides an angle are equal so they only can make acute angles.
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Corbin Towner
10/31/2017 11:21:05 am
All sides of an equilateral are equal. Only two sides of an isosceles are equal.
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Azzopardi L
11/2/2017 05:33:15 am
An isosceles triangle is a triangle with congruent legs,and two congruent angles. An equilateral triangle has three equal sides and three acute angles. The equal sides of the triangle will have dashes signifying that they are equal to one another.
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Hull C
11/2/2017 12:34:44 pm
An isoceles triangle has only 2 equal sides the third side is never equal if it was it would be an equilateral triangle. Equilateral triangles have 3 equal sides.
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Peters.J
11/2/2017 02:07:59 pm
Isosceles trangle has two congruent side and a base. the base is not the same as the two congruent sides.
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valadez.r
11/8/2017 06:46:39 am
An isosceles triangle is a triangle that has two sides of equal length. A equilateral triangle is a triangle in which all three sides are equal. These triangles are the easy triangles to work with.
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