This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website.
Privacy Policy
OK
WiscOnline Arcade Logo
Toggle navigation
Learn
Games
Play Games
Build Games
Courses
Image Library
Search
User Profile
Sign Up
Sign In
Sign In
Sign Up
Triangles: Basic Terminology

See more in
Geometry
You'll practice identifying triangles and their parts.
By
WiscOnline
Created Date 06.12.15
Last Updated 06.12.15
Viewed 164 Times
Your browser doesn't support HTML5. System.Collections.Generic.List`1[System.String] System.Collections.Generic.List`1[System.String]
Download textbased alternate version
Tweet
Vote Up
Vote Down
152
Create multiplechoice games on WiscOnline and play them on our Chakalaka mobile app!
But that's not all! Explore educational games created by others. Simply search by category or enter agame code number and dive into a world of learning and fun.
Download the Chakalaka mobile app here:
You need to be logged in to use this feature.
Log In
or
Register
Topics of this game:
The three angles of an equilateral triangle are equal.
A triangle having three unequal sides is called a(n) ________ triangle.
A triangle having two equal sides is called a(n) ________ triangle.
The two equal sides of an isosceles triangle are often called the ________ of the triangle.
The side of an isosceles triangle that is not equal in length to the other two sides is often called the ________ of the triangle.
The two angles of an isosceles triangle that are opposite the two equal sides are often called the ________ of the triangle
A triangle having three equal sides is called a(n) ________ triangle.
An equilateral triangle can also be called a(n) ________ triangle.
A triangle having an angle measuring 90° is called a(n) ________ triangle.
In a right triangle, the side opposite the right angle is called the ________ of the triangle.
In a right triangle, the two sides that are not the hypotenuse are often called the ________ of the triangle.
In a right triangle, how does the length of the hypotenuse compare to the lengths of the legs?
A triangle having no right angles is called a(n) ________ triangle.
A triangle having all three angles less than 90° is called a(n) ________ triangle.
A triangle having one angle greater than 90° is called a(n) ________ triangle.
Which of the following types of triangles could correctly be called a "regular" triangle?
Questions
Feedback
Ask a Question
New Question
Cancel

Save
Start a new Discussion
New Discussion
Cancel

Save