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  • 2 years ago

Which kind of triangle is shown right equilateral isosceles scalene Which is the most accurate description of the polygon below? rhombus square rectangle parallelogram 3. What is the most accurate description of the polygon below? rhombus trapezoid kite quadrilateral

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  1. cubanafabien1996
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  2. cubanafabien1996
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    the pictures go with the questions above them

  3. icalibear
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    You want a different answer for each triangle?

  4. icalibear
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    Oh okay.

  5. icalibear
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    For the first one, does it add up to 180 degrees or 90 degrees?

  6. icalibear
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    Or neither?

  7. cubanafabien1996
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    I have no idea, that's why i was confused.. it doesn't say anything about how many degrees..:/

  8. cubanafabien1996
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    all it has is the picture that goes with the question

  9. icalibear
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    Well a right triangle looks like this |dw:1355527074468:dw| so you know it's not that

  10. cubanafabien1996
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    nope it's not that

  11. icalibear
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    Do you know what a scalene triangle looks like?

  12. cubanafabien1996
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    not really

  13. icalibear
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    You can ignore the degrees, those are just examples. Then try to match those triangles with yours and you can find the answers :)

  14. cubanafabien1996
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    okayy thank you sooooo much!

  15. icalibear
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    Welcome :)

  16. Hero
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    Good job @icalibear

  17. icalibear
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    Thank u @Hero

  18. Hero
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    @cubanafabien1996, knowing the definitions of right triangle (a triangle where one of its angles 90 degrees) equilateral triangle ( a triangle where all sides are equal) isoceles triangle ( a triangle where at least two sides are equal) scalene triangle (a triangle where no sides are equal) go a long way towards understanding which option to choose.

  19. cubanafabien1996
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    thanks @Hero

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