# Why all triangles are equilateral?

## Why all triangles are equilateral?

Every equilateral triangle is also an isosceles triangle, so any two sides that are equal have equal opposite angles. Therefore, since all three sides of an equilateral triangle are equal, all three angles are equal, too. Hence, every equilateral triangle is also equiangular.

**Are all triangles equilateral?**

In geometry, an equilateral triangle is a triangle in which all three sides have the same length. In the familiar Euclidean geometry, an equilateral triangle is also equiangular; that is, all three internal angles are also congruent to each other and are each 60°….

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Internal angle (degrees) | 60° |

**Are all equilateral triangles similar True or false?**

Similarity. A property of equilateral triangles includes that all of their angles are equal to 60 degrees. Since every equilateral triangle’s angles are 60 degrees, every equilateral triangle is similar to one another due to this AAA Postulate.

### Are all triangles isosceles?

Every triangle is isosceles.

**What do all triangles equal to?**

180 degrees

A piece of trivia that is true for all triangles: The sum of the three angles of any triangle is equal to 180 degrees.

**How many kinds of triangles are there?**

To learn about and construct the seven types of triangles that exist in the world: equilateral, right isosceles, obtuse isosceles, acute isosceles, right scalene, obtuse scalene, and acute scalene.

## What are the 3 main types of triangles?

There are different names for the types of triangles. A triangle’s type depends on the length of its sides and the size of its angles (corners). There are three types of triangle based on the length of the sides: equilateral, isosceles, and scalene.

**Are any two equilateral triangles are similar?**

For two triangles to be similar the angles in one triangle must have the same values as the angles in the other triangle. For the equilateral triangles since they always have 3 angles that are each 60° , any equilateral triangles will be similar.

**How do we know if two polygons are similar?**

Two polygons are similar if their corresponding angles are congruent and the corresponding sides have a constant ratio (in other words, if they are proportional). Typically, problems with similar polygons ask for missing sides.

### Why are all triangles not isosceles?

No. Isosceles triangles are those that have two sides to be of equal length, while equilateral triangles are those that have all three sides of equal length.

**Do triangles always equal 180?**

The answer is yes! To mathematically prove that the angles of a triangle will always add up to 180 degrees, we need to establish some basic facts about angles. The first fact we need to review is the definition of a straight angle. A straight angle is just a straight line, which is where it gets its name.

**What makes an equilateral triangle an equiangular triangle?**

So then we get angle ABC is congruent to angle ACB, which is congruent to angle CAB. And that pretty much gives us all of the angles. So if you have an equilateral triangle, it’s actually an equiangular triangle as well. All of the angles are going to be the same.

## Are there two possible cases for a triangle?

The triangle on the left is the one as shown in the video, without the (wrong) perpendicular bisectors. By the restrictions on triangles ABD and ACD, that is the two common lengths they share and the angle α, we see that there is only two possible cases for the triangles, which is shown on the left figure.

**Are there 60 degree angles in an equilateral triangle?**

So in an equilateral triangle, not only are they all the same angles, but they’re all equal to exactly– they’re all 60 degree angles. Now let’s think about it the other way around. Let’s say I have a triangle. Let’s say we’ve got ourselves a triangle where all of the angles are the same.

**Can a triangle be drawn with a perpendicular bisector?**

The triangles drawn using the perpendicular bisector wont both be on the outside of the main triangle, one will bisect inside the main triangle while one will bisect outside. What was drawn is that both bisects outside, hence allowing the “proof”. Edit: Here is a pictorial proof since someone asked for it.