Scalene triangles are triangles with sides of different lengths or simply a triangle with noncongruent sides. For example, **a triangle of side lengths of 2 cm, 3 cm, and 4 cm** can be considered a scalene triangle.

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- 1 What shape is a scalene triangle?
- 2 What is called scalene triangle?
- 3 How do you identify a scalene triangle?
- 4 What triangle is both scalene and acute?
- 5 Can a scalene triangle also be an acute triangle?
- 6 What is scalene triangle example?
- 7 What is a scalene?
- 8 What is called isosceles triangle?
- 9 How do you determine if a triangle is scalene isosceles or equilateral with points?
- 10 What are the requirements of a scalene triangle?

## What shape is a scalene triangle?

In geometry, Scalene Triangle is a triangle that has all its sides of different lengths. It means all the sides of a scalene triangle are unequal and all the three angles are also of different measures. This is one of the three types of triangles, based on sides.

## What is called scalene triangle?

A scalene triangle is a triangle that has three unequal sides, such as those illustrated above. SEE ALSO: Acute Triangle, Equilateral Triangle, Isosceles Triangle, Obtuse Triangle, Triangle.

## How do you identify a scalene triangle?

A triangle is scalene if all of its three sides are different (in which case, the three angles are also different). If two of its sides are equal, a triangle is called isosceles. A triangle with all three equal sides is called equilateral. S.

## What triangle is both scalene and acute?

An acute scalene triangle is a special type of triangle that shows the properties of both acute triangle and scalene triangle. All three sides and angles are different in measurements. And, all three angles of an acute scalene triangle are less than 90°.

## Can a scalene triangle also be an acute triangle?

In a scalene triangle, none of the sides are the same length. A scalene triangle may be right, obtuse, or acute (see below).

## What is scalene triangle example?

Scalene triangles are triangles with sides of different lengths or simply a triangle with noncongruent sides. For example, a triangle of side lengths of 2 cm, 3 cm, and 4 cm can be considered a scalene triangle.

## What is a scalene?

of a triangle.: having the three sides of unequal length — see triangle illustration.

## What is called isosceles triangle?

An isosceles triangle is a triangle with (at least) two equal sides. In the figure above, the two equal sides have length and the remaining side has length.. This property is equivalent to two angles of the triangle being equal. An isosceles triangle therefore has both two equal sides and two equal angles.

## How do you determine if a triangle is scalene isosceles or equilateral with points?

Draw the triangle and write in the vertices and the related point with the vertex. You will then do the distance formula three times to find the distance of all three sides. Once you have the three sides you can determine if it is scalene, isosceles, or equilateral

## What are the requirements of a scalene triangle?

For a triangle to be considered scalene, it needs to have:

- three different angle measures that add up to 180 degrees.
- three sides of different lengths, or noncongruent sides.