Types of Triangles Worksheets
What Are the Different Types of Triangles? There are a lot of shapes in Math that we see daily in our routine lives. Every shape has its derivatives and different kinds. Out of all the shapes, the most discussed shapes are circle and a triangle. A triangle has three sides and three vertices. There are three types of triangles, namely equilateral, isosceles, and scalene. Further subcategories under these three main heads include an isosceles right triangle, right triangle, etc. An equilateral triangle, as the name suggests, has three equal sides and three equal internal angles. In a triangle, the sum of all internal angles is equal to 180 degrees. So, in the case of an equilateral triangle, the angle measure of internal angles is equal to 60 degrees. For an isosceles triangle, any two sides and angles need to be equal. The third angle and side are always larger than the equal angles and sides. In a scalene triangle, all three angles and sides are of different measures. If an angle measures 90 degrees in a scalene triangle, then that triangle is called a right triangle.
Of all the triangles, which ones are the coldest?
Answer: An Ice-sosceles triangles.