# Classifying triangles

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### The six types of triangles are: isosceles, equilateral, scalene, obtuse, acute, and right. Learn more about triangles!

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### Using the sides and angles of triangles you can determine their type, the knowledge of which is tested while solving the below printable worksheets.

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### The Classifying Triangles by Angle and Side Properties (Marks Included on Question Page) (A) Math Worksheet from the Geometry Worksheets Page at Math-Drills.com.

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### How to classify triangles classify triangles based on sides and angles, Grade 6, with video lessons with examples and step-by-step solutions.

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### One of the first lessons in our Triangle Unit is Classifying Triangles. I handed out this vocabulary foldable and gave my students a chan...

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### Classifying triangles doesn't have to be hard or tricky. These triangle classification foldables provide a hands-on approach to learning about triangles.

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### Classifying Triangles Anchor Chart (Although technically, scalene, isosceles, and equilateral can refer to sides OR angles. For ex, a triangle with angles of 45, 45, 90 is also isosceles.)

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### Shane Saeed (she/her) on Instagram: “Classifying triangles and quadrilaterals! • This week we’ve been working on classifying shapes by describing their features (side lengths,…”

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