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What is one question you still have regarding triangle classification?
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Summarize triangles by sides or by measure.
>4 sentences. What is one question you still have regarding triangle classification? Keep it clean and specific for the kids. This is a grade. Please put your name as your last name, first initial.
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H. Barron
10/16/2017 07:13:44 am
An isosceles triangle is a triangle with two congruent sides. It is scalene if none of the aides are congruent. An equilateral triangle is a triangle that has all congruent sides. You can also measure a triangle by angles if that’s easier.
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Moore R
10/16/2017 12:06:37 pm
an equilateral is when all sides of an angle are the same, an isosceles is when two sides on an angle are the same, and a scalene is when there is no sides equal on a angle
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Wandrie M.
10/16/2017 07:14:52 am
If their r no sides equal to each other then it is scaling. If all the sides r equal to each other than it is equal lateral. if 2 of the sides r equal to each other then it is isolise. I have no question.
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LeCureux, M.
10/16/2017 07:15:45 am
A right angle is an angle whose measure is equal to 90°. An obtuse angle is identifiable by being more than 90° and less than 180° in measure. An acute angle can be classified as such when proven to be less than 90° in measure. A straight angle, also classified as a line segment, is always equal to 180°.
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Pallas.M
10/16/2017 07:15:51 am
An angle equals 180°. Isosceles have two equal sides, scalene has no equal sides and of corse an equilateral is all side are equal. They use an amount of ticmarks to tell you if they equal if they have the same amount or not. I have no questions on this.
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Javen
10/16/2017 07:16:18 am
Sides with the sides you just count up all the angles (sides).
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Buerkel K
10/16/2017 07:16:41 am
How to find a scalene angle you look at the angle and see if it has any sides that are equal if there’s not than it’s a scalene triangle.If the whole angle is equal it is a equilateral triangle If two sides are equal it’s a isosceles triangle. To figure out if it’s a acute angle you look to see if it’s less than 90 if it’s 90 degrees it’s a right angle but if it’s more it’s a obtuse angle.
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Martin, Hallie
10/16/2017 07:17:39 am
Angles are measured by the size. They can have the same sides or even none that are the same. Angles can be 90 degrees, 150 degrees, 40 degrees and more. There are all kinds of ways you can measure an angle.
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Shuman Trevor
10/16/2017 08:22:03 am
Equilateral—All the same sides
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Shaughn MacGregor
10/16/2017 08:22:15 am
Equilateral all the sides of the triangle are equal to each other and isosceles only 2 sides of the triangle and they are the sides congruent to each other and scalene non of the sides are equal they are all different
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Leist Parker
10/16/2017 08:22:15 am
Triangle are shapes with 3 sides. All those side need to equal 180 degrees in order for it to be considered a triangle. An equil lateral triangle has all those angles in the triangle the same. Scalene no sides are congruent isosolice two of the sides are the same.
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Beair. T
10/16/2017 08:23:10 am
you can classify triangles by measuring the angles then seing if any are the same if 2 are the same its isosolese if 3 are it equalateral and if there are none that are the same thats scalene
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Jacob Reeb
10/16/2017 08:23:31 am
There are 3 angles, there is a isosceles angle which has 2 congrouent sides. A equal lateral angle has all congruent sides. A scalene angle has no congruent sides
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Hall Donnie
10/16/2017 08:23:41 am
If it’s an obstuse triangle it will look like something greater than 90 degrees. If it is an acute triangle it will look like something that’s less than 90 degrees. If it is a right triangle it will look like a triangle with 90 degrees. If it is equilateral all sides will be the same length.
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Jones m
10/16/2017 08:23:49 am
When figuring out how to classify triangles you must look at all sides, and angles. If two angles are the same then it is isosceles. If all angles are different then it is scalene. If all angles are the same it would be equilateral. If it has a right angle it’s a right triangle. If it has a obtuse angle it’s obtuse, same for a cute.
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valadez.r
10/16/2017 08:24:49 am
angles can have many sizes be it 150 degrees or 10 degrees two.
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Gutcher T
10/16/2017 12:04:28 pm
If it has no equal sides it is a scalene if two isosceles if all equal equilateral. If less than 90 acute great r than 180 or exactly 180 obtuse or right. I have summarized this. No questions.
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Hull c
10/16/2017 12:05:45 pm
For triangles when classifying if it's all 3 sides the same it's equalateral if only 2 sides are the same then it's isosolese and if no sides are the same then it's scalene my one question is what are all the triangles that you can't do like right obtuse
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C. Allard
10/16/2017 12:05:52 pm
If 2 angles are the same then it’s is isosceles. If all a angles are different then it is scalene. If all angles are the same it is equilateral. If it is a right angle it is a right triangle.
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Knapp M
10/16/2017 12:06:17 pm
Isosceles tranigle= two congruent sides.
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Tyler Hitner
10/16/2017 12:06:31 pm
If the triangle has three matching sides then it is equilateral. If it has two matching sides then it is Isosceles and if all sides are different then it would be scalene.
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Rickley K
10/16/2017 12:07:02 pm
Isosceles triangles have 2 sides that are congruent. Scalene triangles have no congruent sides. Equilateral triangles have sides that are all congruent. To know if a triangle is acute it will have acute angles for the sides. Obtuse triangles have an obtuse angle within them. And right triangles have a right angle in them.
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J. Golke
10/16/2017 12:07:18 pm
An equalater triangle has all of the same sides, it will either have the same number of lines through the legs or 3 of the same degrees. An isosceles has 2 of the same angles, two legs have lines through them or 2 degrees are the same. A scalene has 0 of the same angles, 0 of the same degrees
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Sansom. Z.
10/16/2017 12:07:27 pm
There are three basic types of triangles. Equilateral, which means all sides are equal. Isosceles, which means two sides are equal. And scalene, which means no sides are the same. Equilateral triangles have equal angles. Isosceles triangles have two equal angles. And scalene have no equal angles.
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Corbin T.
10/16/2017 12:07:50 pm
Isosceles is a triangle with two equal sides
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Azzopardi.L
10/16/2017 12:08:25 pm
A scalene triangle has three unequal sides. An equilateral triangle has three equal sides. An isosceles triangle has two equal sides. I have no question
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Wilson.D
10/16/2017 12:08:38 pm
With a angle you just have to look at the measurements and if it’s all less than 90 it’s an acute so just look at the measurements and with sides if 2 are equal it’s an isosceles, and if they are all uneven it’s a scalene and we all know if they are all the same it’s an equilateral
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Tailer Manville
10/16/2017 12:08:54 pm
If there is a triangle that has no equal sides it is called a scalene Triangle. If theres a triangle that has ALL equal sides it is called an equilateral Triangle. If theres a triangle with two equal sides then its called isosceles. So the measurement of the sides determine what they are called.
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Steele J
10/16/2017 07:38:43 pm
isosceles triangle is a triangle that has two sides of equal length,scalene triangle is a triangle that has three unequal sides,equilateral triangle is a triangle in which all three sides are equal.
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Peters.J
10/20/2017 07:28:27 am
Isosceles triangle has only two sides that are equal. an equilateral triangle has all the same angles. Scalene triangle has no equal sides. I have no questions.
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Corbin A
10/27/2017 12:01:28 pm
The isosceles triangle is a triangle that has two equal sides of equal length, scalene triangle is the triangle that has three opposite sides, equilateral triangle is the triangle with all sides equal
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Hopebeaudin
10/27/2017 12:02:30 pm
An isosceles triangle is a triangle with two angles that are congruent. Only two angles are the same on the triangle the third angle is different that the others. An equilateral triangle is a triangle where all the angles are the same size. None of the angles are different.
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Knapp M
10/29/2017 06:39:50 pm
An isosceles tranigle as 2 angles that are congruent. The other angle is not congruent. An equilateral triangle is when ALL the sides or angles are the same. A scalene tranigle is when none of the sides are the same there all different degree.
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