What is a right scalene triangle?
a triangle that has a right angle and the other two angles are diffrent
ex: angles= #1. 90 degrees/#2. 35 degrees/#3. 55 degrees
Any triangle can have a maximum of one right angle. Most right triangles are scalene triangles. The only non-scalene right triangle is a 45° - 45° - 90° isosceles right triangle. It is not possible to have an equilateral right triangle in plane geometry. A scalene triangle does not have to have a right angle, but it can have one.
A scalene triangle is a triangle in which all three sides have different lengths. The difference between a scalene right triangle and a scalene obtuse triangle is that in the first one, we can find the measure length of the third side when we know the lengths of the two other sides, and in the second one we cannot.
I believe a scalene triangle CAN have a right angle. Def of scalene tri: a triangle with no equal sides, and no equal angles. A triangle with angles of 90, 29, and 61. Sides of 15.0, 27.0, and 30.9 this satisfies the definition. If you look at it the other way: can a right triangle be non-scalene, and there is only one possibility: the isosceles right triangle (45°, 45°, 90°), with sides (square_root(2), 1, and…