# Scalene Triangle Definition

My Geometry students loved this! This Classifying Triangles card sort worksheet activity was the perfect activity for my Middle School Math & High School Geometry students to practice sorting triangles by their angle and side measurements. Students had to figure out if the triangles with Equilateral, Isosceles, or Scalene. Then they had to figure out if they were Equiangular, Right, Acute, or Obtuse Triangles. I will definitely be doing this in our math interactive notebooks again!

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This maze contains vocabulary for eighth grade geometry. Have your students help Henry the horse find his apples by choosing the correct term for each definition. Engage your students in vocabulary practice with this fun activity! Terms Include: adjacent angles supplementary angles regular polygon scalene triangle semicircle segment bisector straight angle congruent polygons compass and more!

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These two geometry worksheets help students classify triangles two different ways. This 3 lesson bundle includes the following activities: • Length of Sides - equilateral triangles, right triangles, and scalene triangles • Types of Angles - acute triangles, right triangles, and obtuse triangles. A definition of each type of triangle is listed at the top of each worksheet. Students color each triangle following the directions at the top of the pages.

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This website has a visual dictionary of mathematical terms. Each term has visual interpretation as well as a text description.

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Here's a set of vocabulary designed for use with Grade 3, Unit 4 of Math Expressions. The words include: parallel, perpendicular, line of symmetry, congruent, diagonal, right angle, right triangle, vertex, angle obtuse angle, acute angle, straight angle, acute triangle, obtuse triangle, ray, scalene triangle, isosceles triangle, equilateral triangle, polygon, and degree.

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This simple math quiz is suitable for grades 4 & 5 or any pre-geometry students. Students will read a geometry term and match it to its correct definition.Terms included in this quiz:* congruent* right angle* obtuse angle* acute angle* equilateral triangle* scalene triangle* isosceles triangle

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Here's a set of vocabulary designed for use with Grade 3, Unit 4 of Math Expressions. The words include: parallel, perpendicular, line of symmetry, congruent, diagonal, right angle, right triangle, vertex, angle obtuse angle, acute angle, straight angle, acute triangle, obtuse triangle, ray, scalene triangle, isosceles triangle, equilateral triangle, polygon, and degree. *NOTE* - The words and definitions are separate so that these cards can be used for a matching activity.

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This foldable includes six tabs, classifying triangles as follows:-Acute-Right-Obtuse-Equilateral-Isosceles-ScaleneI have students write th...

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Geometry Bingo acute, obtuse, right angle straight parallel lines perpendicular lines corresponding angles acute triangle right triangle obtuse triangle equilateral triangle isosceles triangle scalene triangle quadrilateral parallelogram trapezoid rectangle rhombus square polygon regular polygon heptagon hexagon octagon pentagon similar polygons congruent polygons corresponding sides intersecting lines no need to buy, make your own with student choice

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This fun and differentiated sorting activity helps students understand the difference between acute, right, obtuse, equilateral, scalene and isosceles triangles.Included in this activity are:-Headings for acute, right, obtuse, equilateral, scalene, and isosceles-Also includes 9 headings for combination triangles (acute scalene, obtuse isosceles, etc).-Definition cards for all headings-24 sorting cards -Answer key-Teaching tips-Student recording sheet.

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Crazy Triangles is a Crazy Eights-style game for practicing and reviewing all sorts of fun triangle knowledge and know how! Topics included in this 60-card printable game: *acute, obtuse, and right triangles *isosceles, scalene, and equilateral triangles *identifying triangles with angle measures, diagrams, and definitions *making visual estimates of angle measures *reinforcing the concept that triangles belong to more than one "category" (acute *and* equilateral, for example) An awesome…

Right Isosceles Triangle Has a right angle (90°), and also two equal angles Can you guess what the equal angles are?

mathsisfun.com (used this to look up definitions for my son's homework. The names have all changed since I was in third grade)

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This is a set of activities to use in your <strong>4th grade math interactive notebooks.</strong> This set is aligned with the following Common Core standard in the Geometry domain: CCSS.Math.Content.4.G.A.2 Classify two-dimensional figures based on the presence or absence of parallel or perpendicular lines,

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