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Scalene Triangle - Definition, Formulas, Properties & Examples
A scalene triangle is a triangle in which all three sides are in different lengths, and all three angles are of different measures. However, the sum of all the interior angles is always equal to 180 degrees.

Scalene Triangle Definition (Illustrated Mathematics ...
Illustrated definition of Scalene Triangle: A triangle with all sides of different lengths. All angles are different, too. So no sides are equal and...

Area of a Scalene Triangle | Formulas & Examples
A simple definition of a scalene triangle is “A Scalene triangle is a triangle with three different sides and angles.” Example: The sail on a sailboat is also likely to be raised in the shape of a scalene triangle, with no side of the sail being the same length as any other side.

What is Scalene Triangle? [Definition, Facts & Example]
What is a Scalene Triangle? A triangle is a polygon made up of 3 sides and 3 angles.. We can classify triangles according to the length of their sides. (i) Equilateral triangle: If all sides of a triangle are equal, then it is called an equilateral triangle. (ii) Isosceles triangle: If two sides of a triangle are equal, then it is called an isosceles triangle.

Scalene triangle Calculator - High accuracy calculation
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Scalene triangle Calculator - High accuracy calculation
Calculates the other elements of a scalene triangle from the selected elements. select elements \) Customer Voice. Questionnaire. FAQ. Scalene triangle [1-10] /37: Disp-Num [1] 2021/08/15 11:03 40 years old level / Others / Very / Purpose of use Sketch residential building envelope [2] 2021/08/14 02:20 60 years old level or over / A retired ...

Calculation of the triangle from the length of three sides ...
Obtuse scalene triangle. Sides: a = 3 b = 5 c = 7 Area: T = 6.49 5 51905284 Perimeter: p = 15 Semiperimeter: s = 7.5 Angle ∠ A = α = 21.78 7 67892983 ° = 21°47'12″ = 0.3 8 802512067 rad Angle ∠ B = β = 38.21 3 32107017 ° = 38°12'48″ = 0.66 7 69463445 rad Angle ∠ C = γ = 120° = 2.09 4 43951024 rad Height: h a = 4.3 ...

Triangles - Equilateral, Isosceles and Scalene
Scalene Triangle. No equal sides No equal angles. How to remember? Alphabetically they go 3, 2, none: Equilateral: "equal"-lateral (lateral means side) so they have all equal sides; Isosceles: means "equal legs", and we have two legs, right? Also iSOSceles has two equal "Sides" joined by an "Odd" side.

Area of Scalene Triangle - Formula, Examples, Definition
The formula of the area of the scalene triangle is used to find the area occupied by the scalene triangle within its boundary. The area of the scalene triangle is obtained by taking half of the product of the base to the height of the triangle. Thus, the formula for the area of the scalene triangle, with a base "b" and height "h" is "(1/2) bh".. Or, Area of a Scalene Triangle = [(1/2) × base ...

Scalene Triangle Equations Formulas Calculator - Angle ...
Scalene Triangle Equations These equations apply to any type of triangle. Reduced equations for equilateral, right and isosceles are below.

 

 

 

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