Equiangular Triangle - Definition with Examples
What is Equiangular Triangle?
An equiangular triangle has three equal sides, and it is the same as an equilateral triangle.
Example of equiangular triangle:
Non-examples of equiangular triangle:
In the given non-examples, all the figures are of triangles, but none of them is an equiangular triangle because:
In a right-angled triangle, one of the interior angles is of 90˚.
In an isosceles triangle, only two interior angles are equal.
In a scalene triangle, none of the interior angles is equal.
For a triangle to be equiangular all its three interior angles must be equal, that is, each angle should measure 60˚.
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