In Exercises 7 and 8, classify the triangle(not shown) by considering the lengths of its sides
a)  All sides of

b)  In

a)
To classify:
The nature of the given triangle.
Given:
All sides of
Definition:
In a triangle, if all three sides are congruent, then the triangle is equilateral triangle.
Approach:
All sides of
(b)
To classify:
The nature of given triangle.
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