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Triangle Geometry: Sides and Edges


Date: 6/2/96 at 9:19:49
From: Dipak Naran Vallabh
Subject: Triangle Geometry: Sides and Edges

If the angles of a triangle are equal, does it necessarily mean that 
the sides are also equal?


Date: 6/4/96 at 18:13:3
From: Doctor Jodi
Subject: Re: Triangle Geometry: Sides and Edges

Hi there!

Within the same triangle, if all three angles are the same, you have 
an equilateral triangle (all three sides equal).

In an isosceles triangle - which has two angles equal to one another -
the sides opposite these angles are equal.

Hope this helps!

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Associated Topics:
High School Geometry
High School Triangles and Other Polygons
Middle School Geometry
Middle School Triangles and Other Polygons

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