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Is it possible to have three different triangles to have the exact same height and base?

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  1. anonymous
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    yeah, of course. take a right triangle, an obtuse triangle and an acute triangle (I'm just using these as dramatic examples, you can use any three acute triangles, for instance), which all have the same base and height. Their other two sides might be different, but same height and base nonetheless

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