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This type of triangle has three different side lengths. |
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a) Equilateral Triangle | b) Isosceles Triangle | c) Scalene Triangle | d) Obtuse Triangle | |

This type of triangle has two identical sides. |
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a) Equilateral Triangle | b) Isosceles Triangle | c) Scalene Triangle | d) Obtuse Triangle | |

This type of triangle has all three sides identical. |
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a) Equilateral Triangle | b) Isosceles Triangle | c) Scalene Triangle | d) Obtuse Triangle | |

This type of triangle has one angle greater than 90 degrees. |
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a) Obtuse Triangle | b) Right Triangle | c) Acute Triangle | d) Equilateral Triangle | |

This type of triangle has one angle equal to 90 degrees. |
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a) Obtuse Triangle | b) Right Triangle | c) Acute Triangle | d) Equilateral Triangle | |

This type of triangle has all angles less than 90 degrees. |
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a) Obtuse Triangle | b) Right Triangle | c) Acute Triangle | d) Equilateral Triangle | |

This type of triangle has a 90 degree angle and all three sides of different length. |
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a) Scalene Obtuse Triangle | b) Scalene Right Triangle | c) Isosceles Acute Triangle | d) Isosceles Right Triangle | |

This type of triangle has all angles less than 90 degrees and all three sides identical in length. |
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a) Obtuse Equilateral Triangle | b) Obtuse Scalene Triangle | c) Acute Equilateral Triangle | d) Acute Scalene Triangle | |

A triangle is one example of any 3 or more sided figure that is closed. This is known as a: |
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a) Hexagon | b) Pentagon | c) Polygon | d) Holubgon | |

Triangles three angles must always add up to exactly this many degrees: |
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a) 150 degrees | b) 160 degrees | c) 170 degrees | d) 180 degrees | |

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