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anonymous

  • one year ago

Several triangles are shown below with congruent sides, congruent angles and right angles shown.

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  2. anonymous
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    Having a hard time determining which is which

  3. sepeario
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    okay i'll try to help you.

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    scalene is defined as 3 different side lengths, correct?

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    hence no two side lengths are the same. are there any triangles in the diagram which do not show two side lengths equal?

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    yes a couple

  7. sepeario
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    which ones are they? these are hence the scalenes.

  8. anonymous
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    QRT, DEF

  9. sepeario
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    good. there is actually one more. it looks like it is isosceles but it is actually scalene.

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    ok GHI

  11. anonymous
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    is that correct?

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