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IDENTIFYING TRIANGLES They are everywhere.
IDENTIFY TRIANGLES By sides By angles
Isosceles Triangle At least two sides are congruent.
Equilateral Triangle All sides are congruent.
Scalene Triangle No sides are congruent
Equiangular Triangle All angles are congruent.
Right Triangle Exactly 1 right angle
Acute triangle All the angles are acute angles.
Obtuse triangle Exactly 1 angle is obtuse.
Identifying Triangles Triangles Sides IsoscelesEquilateralScalene Angles EquiangularRightAcuteObtuse
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