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    Triangles seem like complex shape to understand although they happen to be the most simple shapes in geometry because, they come in many different varieties such as, equilateral (3 equal sides; 3 equal angles always 60 degrees), isosceles (only 2 equal sides;2 equal angles), and scalene (no equal sides; no equal angles). Triangles also come in a variety of angles, acute (all angles are less than 90 degrees), right (has a right angle) , and obtuse ( has an angle more than 90 degrees). A triangle is

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    Essay On Triangles

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    A triangle is a shape with a total of three sides. The triangle to me looks like one side of “ The Great Pyramid”. A triangle is a two dimensional figure. In a three-dimensional form, it is a pyramid. I strongly believe that the triangle is the most unique shape of all of the shapes. There are many different types of triangles. Obtuse and acute triangles are the two different types of oblique triangles, triangles in which are not right triangles because they do not have a 90 degree angle.A special

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    Triangles Investigation

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    Triangles Investigation “Two students are discussing how to find the biggest value of the area: perimeter ratio for triangles. One of them suggests that this can be done with measurements of 40, 60 and 80 but forgets to say what units were used and whether they were angles or sides. Which triangle gives the biggest area: perimeter ratio? Investigate further.” To investigate this problem I am going to find out all the different combinations of triangles with the measurements of 40, 60 and

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    Bermuda Triangle

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    The Bermuda Triangle Is the Bermuda Triangle really a place where strange powers are at work? The Bermuda Triangle is a very complex and mystifying area that is noted for a high incidence of unexplained losses of ships, small boats, and aircraft. From reading this paper one will learn geographic features of the Bermuda Triangle, famous disappearances, and possible explanations for them. There is a section of the western Atlantic, off the southeast coast of the United States, forming what has been

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    The Bermuda Triangle

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    The Bermuda Triangle Off the southern tip of Florida lies a phenomenon called the Bermuda Triangle. Ships, planes, and over one thousand lives were lost in the Triangle without a trace. Theories have been put forth, but still no universally accepted explanation exists for the mystery that surrounds the Bermuda Triangle. The Bermuda Triangle covers almost 440,000 square miles of the Atlantic Ocean. An imaginary line that begins near Melbourne, Florida, extends south to Bermuda, and west to

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    Bermuda Triangle

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    Bermuda Triangle The Bermuda triangle, or the devil’s triangle, is an imaginary area located off the southeastern Atlantic coast of the United States. It is the greatest modern mystery of our supposedly well understood world. It is noted for a very high incidence of unexplained losses of ships, small boats, and aircraft. The tips of the triangle are generally thought to be Bermuda, Miami, Fla., and San Juan, Puerto Rico. Many theories attempting to explain the many disappearances have been offered

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    some super natural occurrences have happened in the Bermuda Triangle. For more than 100 years, the Bermuda triangle has been terrorizing sailors and causing countless accidents. More than 50 ships and 20 aircrafts have sailed into the terrifying body of water also known as the Devil’s Triangle. You won't spot it on any real official map and you also won't know when you cross the line of it when sailing, but for some people the Bermuda Triangle is an actual real place where civilians have died and disappeared

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    or boats retrieved? These are all the questions people ask daily about the Bermuda Triangle. Today I hope to make it clear who and what to believe. The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil Triangle, is a loosely defined region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean where a number of aircraft and ships are said to have disappeared under mysterious circumstances. According to the US Navy, the triangle does not exist, and the name is not recognized by the US Board on Geographic names

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    The Sierpinski Triangle

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    The Sierpinski Triangle Deep within the realm of fractal math lies a fascinating triangle filled with unique properties and intriguing patterns. This is the Sierpinski Triangle, a fractal of triangles with an area of zero and an infinitely long perimeter. There are many ways to create this triangle and many areas of study in which it appears. Named after the Polish mathematician, Waclaw Sierpinski, the Sierpinski Triangle has been the topic of much study since Sierpinski first discovered it in

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    The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil’s Triangle, is the cause of many unexplained disappearances that happened within its boundary. One of the many mysteries of the triangle is Flight 19. Five Avenger planes vanished without even a single trace. What happened to Flight 19, did aliens actually abduct the planes? Or is there another explanation as to how they disappeared? The Bermuda Triangle is situated in the Atlantic Ocean. It is formed by an imaginary line that forms a triangle. The points

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