# what is the difference between circle and triangle

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Triangle: a shape with three straight sides and three angles, these angles always add up to 180 degrees.

Circle: a figure with the points on its boundary all equidistant from the center

Circle: a figure with the points on its boundary all equidistant from the center

on July 18, 2015

One will roll you over and crush you and the other will impale you as you fall

on June 03, 2014

A circle has-wait..why am I even explaining this?...

on May 09, 2014

Np ok..

Circles:

Circles are round with the sodes equaling 360

They are in three 3-D shapes(sphere, cone,cylinder) The main similiar in 3-D is a sphere as it is its 3-D counter part with circles being 2-D

They basically have infinite lines of symmetry See More▼

Not to be confused with ovals..

Not saying anything else..

Triangles:

Triangles are 3 sided shapes hence the name Tri(meaning three) angle.(so basically three angles)

The sides equaling 180 always as the three angles are acute angles or 90 each

There are three types of triangles.

Equilateral: All sides are equal in length hence having the part equil meaning equal

Isosceles: Two sides are equal in length

Scalene: All of the sides are different lengths.

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Circles:

Circles are round with the sodes equaling 360

They are in three 3-D shapes(sphere, cone,cylinder) The main similiar in 3-D is a sphere as it is its 3-D counter part with circles being 2-D

They basically have infinite lines of symmetry See More▼

Not to be confused with ovals..

Not saying anything else..

Triangles:

Triangles are 3 sided shapes hence the name Tri(meaning three) angle.(so basically three angles)

The sides equaling 180 always as the three angles are acute angles or 90 each

There are three types of triangles.

Equilateral: All sides are equal in length hence having the part equil meaning equal

Isosceles: Two sides are equal in length

Scalene: All of the sides are different lengths.

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Need more information? Search it on the internet

on May 09, 2014

on May 09, 2014