Triangle Project

Equilateral: A triangle with all three sides and angles that are cogruent

Isosceles: A triangle with two sides and angles that are congruent

Right: A triangle with a 90 degree angle and two acute angles

Scalene: A triangle with no sides or angle the same

And for all of these the angles equal 180 degrees

Acute: An angle less than 90 degrees

Right: An angle that is exactly 90 degrees

Obtuse: An angle that is more than 90 degrees

Reflex: An angle that is more than 180 degrees

Congruency: When two things are the same shape and size.
Orthocenter: The point where all the three altitudes intersect
Circumcircle: a circle that passes through all three vertices and the center of it is called the circumcenter.
Centroid: the center of mass in a geometric object of uniform density
Incircle: the circle that is inside of a triangle, the center of the circle is called the Incircle
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