What does an acute scalene triangle mean?
Three different side lengths and three different acute interior angles.
Yes, an acute triangle can also be scalene.
A scalene triangle is a triangle that has three unequal sides.
yes i am sure it can Yes, a scalene triangle can have 3 different interior acute angles that all add up to 180 degrees.
An acute scalene triangle has none. An acute isosceles triangle has one and an [acute] equilateral has three.
In an acute triangle, all angles are smaller then 90%, In a obtuse triangle, there is normally one angle greater then 90%. A easy way to remember acute triangle, is it has the word "cute" in it.
No triangle is a quadrilateral.
A scalene triangle could have three acute angles, one right angle and two acute angles, or one obtuse angle and two acute angles.
Yes because a scalene triangle has 3 different interior acute angles that add up to 180 degrees
Scalene means the triangle has 3 sides unequal length. Acute means the triangle has 3 acute angles (less than 90o). So you should be able to draw a scalene acute triangle pretty easily. An equilateral triangle has all sides the same length and all angles are 60o. If you stretch one side a little, and shrink another side a little you will have a scalene triangle. And as long as you haven't stretched or shrunk… Read More
a scalene can be a right-angled triangle or a obtuse angled triangle or a acute angled triangle depending on the angles of the triangle.
equilateral triangle, acute triangle, some isosceles and scalene triangles
A scalene triangle or an equilateral triangle
Of course. "Acute" means that all angles are less than 90 degrees, and "scalene" means that none of its sides or angles match. Draw an equilaterial triangle and then nudge one point slightly, on a path which is parallel to the opposite side. Acute scalene triangle.
A scalene triangle is one where each side is a different length. Acute means that the largest interior angle of the triancle is less than 90 degrees A triangle is one of the basic shapes of geometry: a polygon with three corners or vertices and three sides or edges which are line segments. A triangle with vertices A, B, and C is denoted Triangle (Trigon) ABC. Scalene triangle is a triangle in which all the… Read More
Sometimes an isosceles triangle but never a scalene triangle with 3 interior acute angles.
scalene triangles can be the same as acute triangles beacause scalene triangles are triangles with 3 different angles and sides. An acote triangle needs to have 3 angles less than 90 degrees.
When an angle of the scalene triangle is less than 90 but the other two are always more.
no you can have an obtuse scalene triangle
Each of the 3 interior angles is less than 90 degrees
Yes, they exist.
Usually, but not necessarily.
Never heard of it! Do you mean: What is the meaning of a scalene triangle? If so, a scalene triangle has three unequal sides and three interior angles each of which are less than 90 degrees. It is sometimes known as an acute angled triangle.
A triangle can be Acute, Obtuse, or Right, depending on the angle. It can be Scalene, Isosceles, or Equilateral, depending on the length of the sides.
A triangle with 3 different interior acute angles is a scalene triangle and its 3 sides will be of different lengths
It has no equal sides and no equal angles. It can be acute or not. So the answer is it can be.
A right triangle may be isosceles or scalene (though not at the same time), but never acute, since an acute triangle is defined as having all interior angles less than 90°. A right triangle by definition has one 90° angle.
Right Angled triangle Isoceles triangle Equalateral Acute scalene triangle Obtuse scalene triangle equalatrial isosilies scaline
A scalene has three sides of unequal lengths, and all threes angles different. The largest angle defines the triangle¹: acute: a scalene triangle could have sides 6, 9, 10 right angle: a scalene triangle could have sides 6, 8, 10 obtuse: a scalene triangle could have sides 6, 7, 10 So a scalene triangle could be any of acute, right angle or obtuse. ¹In terms of acute, right angle or obtuse. Triangles can also be… Read More
scalene triangle,acute triangle
A scalene triangle
It is an acute scalene triangle
A scalene triangle.
It is possible.
3 vertices in a triangle, whether it is equilateral, isosceles or scalene; acute angled, right or obtuse.
No because a scalene triangle has 3 different acute angles that add up to 180 degrees.
No, scalene triangles can be obtuse, right or acute triangles. A 3 - 4 -5 right triangle (lengths of the sides) is one example of a right-scalene triangle. In fact, with the exception of the [45°, 45°, 90°] right triangle (which is isosceles) all other right triangles are scalene.
No because an obtuse triangle has 1 angle greater than 90 degress and 2 acute angles whereas a scalene triangle has 3 acute angles.
An acute triangle is also known as a scalene triangle that has 3 sides of different lengths and 3 interior acute angles of different sizes
A scalene triangle has 3 unequal acute interior angles An obtuse triangle has 1 obtuse and 2 unequal interior angles
Not normally because a scalene triangle has 3 interior acute angles that add up to 180 degrees
there is 1 line of simmetry An equilateral triangle has three. An acute isosceles has one and an acute scalene has none.
3 lines * * * * * None if it is acute angled scalene One if it is acute angled isosceles and Three if it is equilateral.
If the 2 acute angles are equal then it is an isosceles triangle otherwise it is a scalene triangle.
Only when it has 3 unequal acute angles and 3 unequal sides that it is then a scalene triangle.
When all of its angles are less than 90 degrees.
Scalene or Acute triangle
That would be an acute scalene triangle.
Yes at least 2