#### Is this triangle scalene?

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Krishna

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Step 1: Measure each side of the Three sides of the triangle using a ruler. or Note down the readings.

Step 2: Recall the classification of triangles by their sides.

NOTE: Classify triangles by their sides only (equilateral, isosceles, scalene)

Step 3: Determine how the 3 sides compare in length.

NOTE: Inspect to see if some lines are longer than others in length and if any of the lines are equal in length.

Step 4: Place the triangle into a category based on the comparison that you concluded about 3 line segment lengths of the shape.

- NOTE: A triangle with at least 2 congruent, equal, sides falls into the category of isosceles.
- A triangle with all 3 congruent sides will be classified as equilateral.
- A triangle with no congruent sides is labeled as scalene.

EXAMPLE: The given triangle has three equal side so, it is a Equilateral triangle. It is not a scalene triangle