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1. 1. Types of Triangles
2. 2. 2 There are various types of triangles based on sides and angles.Madhavi_Dharankar_Advanced_Organiser_Model
3. 3. Types of Triangles 3Based on Sides Based on AnglesEquilateral Acute angle triangleIsosceles Right angle triangleScalene Obtuse angle triangleMadhavi_Dharankar_Advanced_Organiser_Model
4. 4. Types of Triangles based on Sides 4Equilateral 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. 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. 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. 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. 8. A Few More Questions 8How 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