No. An isosceles triangle has, by definition, two sides of equal length. A scalene triangle has, by definition, no sides of equal length. So, by definition (and the fact that 0 is not 2), an isosceles triangle cannot be scalene.
No. A scalene triangle is by definition neither equilateral nor isoceles.
Absolutely false. A scalene triangle by definition has no side equal to another. An isosceles triangle by definition has two equal sides.
A triangle in which no sides are the same lengthA scalene triangle is a triangle in whichall three sides have different lengths.
If you meant scalene triangle, then it may have a right angle. By definition, a scalene triangle is a triangle with no angle or side measures that are the same. For example, a 30,60,90 triangle is scalene.
The definition of a scalene triangle is: A three-sided figure (triangle) with no two sides equal.
A scalene triangle is one where none of the sides or angles are equal.
The definition of a scalene triangle is all sides are not equal. You could also call it a " Screwy" triangle.A scalene triangle has 3 interior angles of different sizes none of which measures 90 degrees and its sides are of different lengths.
By definition, a triangle has three sides.
The definition of the word "scalene" is a triangle having three sides of different lengths.The mathematical definition of "symmetry" is an exact reflection of form on opposite sides of a dividing line/plane.Therefore, by definition, no lines of symmetry exist in a scalene triangle.
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All the sides are different measures.
Yes, a scalene triangle can be a triangle.
A scalene triangle is one where all the angles are different and all the lengths of the sides are different. A standard 3, 4, 5 triangle does fit the definition of a scalene triangle, but we would alway refer to it in the more specific case, in this case a right angled triangle.
No. Scalene, by definition, is a triangle with no equal sides (or angles). An equilateral triangle must have all sides the same length (and all angles would measure 60Â°).
A scalene triangle has 3 sides of different lengths and 3 interior acute angles that add up to 180 degrees
A question without any equal sides is a scalene triangle. A scalene triangle, by definition, is a triangle without any congruent sides. Of course, there are varying definitions, but they all have the same gist. Once again, a triangle without any equal sides is a scalene triangle!
A scalene triangle makes it scalene because all sides have different length.
3 sides - such is the definition of triangle. Every triangle of any type has three sides.
The definition of an equilateral triangle is one whose sides all have the same length.The definition of a scalene triangle is one in which no two sides have the same length.Seems like their definitions pretty much rule out a case where the same triangle is both.
There is no right scalene triangle. It's either right triangle or scalene triangle.
what is a properties of scalene triangle
for what scalene triangle used for?
You cannot. An isosceles triangle cannot be scalene and a scalene triangle cannot be isosceles. So an isosceles scalene triangle cannot exist.