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Triangle Inequality Notes

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Triangle Inequality Theorem Scalene triangle: A triangle that has no congruent (equal) sides. None of their angles are congruent either

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Isosceles Triangles Isosceles triangle: A triangle with at least two congruent sides They have two congruent angles also These marks indicate equality.

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Equilateral Triangles Equilateral triangle: A triangle with three congruent sides They have three congruent angles too These marks indicate equality.

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Classifying Triangles Triangles can also be classified by their angles

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Acute Triangles Acute triangle: A triangles whose angles are all less than 90 °

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Obtuse Triangles Obtuse triangles: A triangle that has an angle greater than 90°

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Types of Triangles Right triangle: A triangle that has only one right angle. This box indicates a right angle or a 90-degree angle.

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Classifying Triangles

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Classify the triangle by its sides and angles: Acute Equilateral All sides equal All angles less than 90°

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Classifying Triangles Classify the triangle by its sides and angles: Right Scalene One right angle All sides are different lengths

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Classifying Triangles Classify the triangle by its sides and angles: Acute Isosceles Two sides congruent All angles less than 90°

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Classifying Triangles Classify the triangle by its sides and angles: Right Isosceles Two sides are congruent One 90° angle

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Classifying Triangles Classify the triangle by its sides and angles: Obtuse Scalene All sides different lengths One angle greater than 90°

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Classifying Triangles Classify the triangle by its sides and angles: Obtuse Isosceles Two sides are congruent One angle greater than 90°

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Interior Angles Interior angles: An interior angle (or internal angle) is an angle formed by two sides of a simple polygon that share an endpoint Interior angles of a triangle always equal 180 degrees.

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Measuring Angles You measure angles with a protractor. This point goes at the vertex of the angle This point is 0 This point is 0. Notice there are two scales. Be careful which 0 you start at. 90 0

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