## Triangle

Select your language EnglishSpanish A triangle is a polygon with three sides (a, b, and c). All three sides meet two by two at three points, called vertices (A, B, and C). In a...

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Sum and Difference Identities and Formulas

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Types of triangles

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Angle bisector of a triangle

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Basic Elements of a Triangle

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Geometric Mean Theorem

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Basic Elements of a Right Triangle

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Pythagorean Theorem

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Select your language EnglishSpanish Angle sum and difference identities express trigonometric functions of sums of angles α ± β in terms of functions of α and β. Using the sum and difference formulas allows us to...

Select your language EnglishSpanish Triangles can be classified by their sides or by their angles. According to these, we can assert that there are basically six different types of triangles: equilateral triangle, isosceles triangle,...

Select your language EnglishSpanish In Euclidean geometry, two objects are similar if they are the same shape, regardless of their size. Two triangles are similar if, and only if, their angles are congruent (equal)...

Select your language EnglishSpanish The perimeter of an isosceles triangle is obtained as the addition of the three sides of the triangle. Having two equal sides, the perimeter is twice the repeated side (a)...

Select your language EnglishSpanish The angle bisector of a triangle is a line segment that bisects one of the vertex angles of a triangle, and ends up on the corresponding opposite side. There are...

Select your language EnglishSpanish The basic elements of a triangle are: Vertices: points where two sides meet. It has 3 vertices (A, B, and C). Sides: line segments that join two consecutive vertices of...

Select your language EnglishSpanish Geometric mean (or mean proportional) appears in two popular theorems regarding right triangles. The geometric mean theorem (or altitude theorem) states that the altitude to the hypotenuse of a right...

Select your language EnglishSpanish In a right triangle, different elements can be distinguished, referring to its sides and angles. Legs (or cathetus): are the sides of the triangle that together form the right angle....

Select your language EnglishSpanish The Pythagorean Theorem describes a special relationship between the legs of a right triangle and its hypotenuse. A right triangle has one right angle (90°) and two minor angles (<90°)....