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- 1. Types of Triangles
- 2. 2 There are various types of triangles based on sides and angles.Madhavi_Dharankar_Advanced_Organiser_Model
- 3. Types of Triangles 3Based on Sides Based on AnglesEquilateral Acute angle triangleIsosceles Right angle triangleScalene Obtuse angle triangleMadhavi_Dharankar_Advanced_Organiser_Model
- 4. Types of Triangles based on Sides 4Equilateral Isosceles • Scalene Three sides Two sides – All the same same three sides Three different angles same Two angles – All the (60) same three angles different Madhavi_Dharankar_Advanced_Organiser_Model
- 5. Types of Triangles based on Angles 5 Acute Right • Obtuse Three One angle – One angle angles acute right and obtuse two angles and two angles acute acute All acute – Both angles same Two acute acute or two acute angles angles angles same same or same or or all three two acute both angles acute angles angles different different differentMadhavi_Dharankar_Advanced_Organiser_Model
- 6. Types of Triangles based on Sides - Connection 6 Equilateral Isosceles • Scalene Three sides – All the Two sides three same same sides Three different angles same Two angles (60) – All the same three Acute angle Acute or angles triangles right or different obtuse – Acute or angle right or obtuse triangles angle trianglesMadhavi_Dharankar_Advanced_Organiser_Model
- 7. Types of Triangles based on Angles - Connection 7 Acute Right • Obtuse Three angles One angle – One angle acute right and obtuse and two angles acute two angles Two acute acute All acute – Both acute angles same angles same or two acute or two acute angles angles same angles same or or all three different both acute angles angles different Isosceles or different Equilateral scalene – Isosceles or isosceles triangles or scalene or scalene triangles trianglesMadhavi_Dharankar_Advanced_Organiser_Model
- 8. A Few More Questions 8How could we name these triangles differently?Can we challenge our beginning statement “There are various types of triangles based on sides and angles”?What could be some other ways of classifying the triangles?Madhavi_Dharankar_Advanced_Organiser_Model

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