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Now, in ∆ABC,

there can be 3 cases

  • All sides are different
  • Two sides are same
  • Three sides are same.

If all three sides are different, it is a scalene triangle.

If two sides are equal, it is an isosceles triangle.

If all three sides are same, it is an equilateral triangle.

Classifying triangles on basis of side - Part 2

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(a) is equilateral triangle (b) is isosceles triangle (c) is scalene triangle (d) is equilateral triangle (e) is scalene triangle (f) is isosceles triangle

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