An acute scalene triangle is a type of triangle in which all three sides and angles are of different measurements and all three angles are less than 90 degrees. It has the features of both acute triangle and scalene triangle.

A scalene triangle is a triangle in which all three sides have different lengths. Also the angles of a scalene triangle have different measures. Some right triangles can be a scalene triangle when the other two angles or the legs are not congruent.

What is a right-scalene triangle? When one of the three angles measure 90 degrees and the angles or lengths of other two sides are not congruent, then the scalene triangle is called right scalene triangle.

An Isosceles Right Triangle is a right triangle that consists of two equal length legs. Since the two legs of the right triangle are equal in length, the corresponding angles would also be congruent. Thus, in an isosceles right triangle, two legs and the two acute angles are congruent.

A scalene triangle can be acute-angled or obtuse-angled or right-angled.

Isosceles Triangle

Since the two legs of the triangle are equal, which makes the corresponding angles equal to each other. Can an isosceles triangle be the right angle or scalene triangle? Yes, an isosceles can be right angle and scalene triangle.

Answer and Explanation: No, not all right triangles are isosceles. Although it is possible to have a right triangle that is an isosceles triangle, not all right triangles

Note: It is possible for a right triangle to also be scalene or isosceles. An obtuse triangle has one angle measuring more than 90º but less than 180º (an obtuse angle). It is not possible to draw a triangle with more than one obtuse angle. Note: It is possible for an obtuse triangle to also be scalene or isosceles.

The angles in an equilateral triangle are always 60°. When a triangle has two congruent sides it is called an isosceles triangle. The angles opposite to the two sides of the same length are congruent. A triangle without any congruent sides or angles is called a scalene triangle.

Explanation: Isosceles triangles has two equal sides, and two equal angles. Scalene triangles cannot have equal sides, nor equal angles. That means that isosceles triangles never can be scalene.

This math worksheet gives your child practice identifying equilateral, isosceles, scalene, and right triangles.

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.

A triangle with two sides of equal length is an isosceles triangle.