Triangles are easily known for their three sides, but in that mater, there are six types of triangles. Scalene, isosceles, equilateral, obtuse, acute, and right triangles. I will teach you about these six types of triangles. Even though all six are triangles, they are all different.
Obtuse, Acute, and Right triangles
These three triangles have one thing in common. They have to do with the triangles angles. That's why they're called obtuse, acute, and right angles. An obtuse angle is an angle that is over 90 degrees. An acute angle is an angles that is less than 90 degrees. A right angle is an angle that is exactly 90 degrees.
Scalene, Isosceles, and Equilateral triangles
These three triangles also have one thing in common. They have to do with the triangles sides. This helps see if all the sides are equal or not. Scalene triangles are when none of the triangles sides are equal. An isosceles triangle is when two of the triangles sides are equal, but the other one isn't. Last but not least, an equilateral triangle is when all the sides of the triangle are equal. Hoped you enjoyed learning about the six triangles.