Math Practice Topic: Triangle Types

 Description: Determine whether a triangle is equilateral, isosceles, or scalene, and whether or not it is acute, right, or obtuse. Adaptive Learning Progression: Triangles start out fully labeled, then later the angle measurements are removed, forcing you to use your best judgment. Start using MathScore for free

Sample Levels (out of 6)

Determine whether the triangle is equilateral, isosceles, or scalene based on the length of the sides, and whether it is an acute, right, or obtuse triangle based on the angles.

 1 Type (based on sides): --- equilateral isosceles scalene Type (based on angles): --- acute right obtuse 2 Type (based on sides): --- equilateral isosceles scalene Type (based on angles): --- acute right obtuse

Determine whether the triangle is equilateral, isosceles, or scalene based on the length of the sides, and whether it is an acute, right, or obtuse triangle based on the angles.

 1 Type (based on sides): --- equilateral isosceles scalene Type (based on angles): --- acute right obtuse 2 Type (based on sides): --- equilateral isosceles scalene Type (based on angles): --- acute right obtuse 3 Type (based on sides): --- equilateral isosceles scalene Type (based on angles): --- acute right obtuse 4 Type (based on sides): --- equilateral isosceles scalene Type (based on angles): --- acute right obtuse 5 Type (based on sides): --- equilateral isosceles scalene Type (based on angles): --- acute right obtuse 6 Type (based on sides): --- equilateral isosceles scalene Type (based on angles): --- acute right obtuse