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# What is the name of a 3 sided triangle that has 3 equal sides?

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An equilateral triangle

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The name for a triangle with two sides of equal length is an isosceles triangle.

a scalene triangle has no equal sides. an isosceles triangle has two equal sides

A triangle, by definition, can have only three sides. So a four sided triangle simply cannot exist!A triangle, by definition, can have only three sides. So a four sided triangle simply cannot exist!A triangle, by definition, can have only three sides. So a four sided triangle simply cannot exist!A triangle, by definition, can have only three sides. So a four sided triangle simply cannot exist!

A triangle only has 3 sides, but a 10 sided shape is called a decagon

An Isosceles Triangle has two sides that are equal in length.* * * * *But, a triangle with no two sides equal (as per the question that was asked), the answer is a scalene triangle.

A Scalene triangle has no sides of equal length.

The scalene triangle has no equal sides, and, therefore, no equal angles. (A triangle with no equal sides cannot have any equal angles and vice versa.)

An isosceles triangle has 2 equal sides whereas an equilateral triangle has 3 equal sides

No. An equilateral triangle has 3 equal sides, hence the name. A Scalene triangle has sides of unequal length.

All triangles have 3 sides but an hexagon has 6 sides

A triangle with no right angle and sides of different lengths is a scalene triangle.

A congruent triangle is a triangle with all its sides being unequal to each other.

It is a scalene triangle that has 3 sides of different lengths

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