Características y propiedades del triangulo y del cuadrilátero

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Características y propiedades del triangulo y del cuadrilátero.

Un triángulo, en geometría, es un polígono de tres lados determinado por tres segmentos de tres rectas que se cortan, denominados lados (Euclides); o tres puntos no alineados llamados vértices. También puede determinarse un triángulo por cualesquiera otros tres elementos relativos a él, como por ejemplo un ángulo y dosmedianas; o un lado, una altura y una mediana.

Los triángulos son polígonos así que tienen tres lados entonces tienen tres ángulos, la suma de lo largo de dos de sus lados siempre es mas grande que la longitud del tercer lado.
Los triángulos son figuras planas que se componen de base, vértice, altura, y lados, tienen área pero no volumen, la suma de los ángulos de cualquier triangulo es de180°

Un cuadrilátero es un polígono delimitado por cuatro lados y cuatro ángulos y cuatro vértices. Sus lados pueden ser consecutivos u opuestos tienen distinta forma pero todos ellos tienen cuatro vértices y dos diagonales.

La suma de los ángulos de adentro son iguales a cuatro ángulos rectos (90°x4=360°) La suma de los ángulos de afuera es igual es igual a cuatro ángulosrectos (360°).
Los cuadriláteros son los únicos polígonos en los que la suma de los ángulos de afuera es igual a los interiores.

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