# McGraw Hill My Math Grade 3 Chapter 14 Lesson 3 Answer Key Triangles

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## McGraw-Hill My Math Grade 3 Answer Key Chapter 14 Lesson 3 Triangles

Measure It

Measure the sides of each pair of triangles below to the nearest quarter of an inch. Then record the measurements. Triangle A Triangle B Triangle C Triangle D Measure the above triangles side length using the measuring scale.
Triangle A is The measurements of triangle B is The measurements of triangle C is The measurements of triangle D is Identify each triangle with what you discovered about the side lengths.

Question 1.
No side lengths are the same.
Triangle(s) _____________
In triangle D no side lengths are the same.

Question 2.
All 3 side lengths are the same.
Triangle(s) _____________
In triangle A and triangle B all 3 side lengths are the same.

Question 3.
Exactly 2 side lengths are the same.
Triangle(s) _____________
In triangle C exactly 2 side lengths are the same.

A triangle with one right angle is called a right triangle. Find the right triangle in the photo to the right. Try It

Compare the angles of each triangle below. Which triangle is a right triangle? Circle it. Which triangle did you circle? Explain why you chose that triangle.
So, Triangle ____________ is a right triangle.
The triangle A is the right triangle. because the angle is formed at the corner of the square.

Mathematical PRACTICE Draw a Conclusion Refer to the activity above for Exercises 4-5.

Question 4.
Which triangle has an angle greater than a right angle?
The triangle B has an angle greater than a right angle.

Question 5.
Which triangle has all 3 angles that are less than a right angle?
The triangle C has all 3 angles that are less than a right angle.

Question 6.
Explain how a triangle is a special kind of polygon.
The triangle is special kind of polygon. It has only 3 sides. for the polygon one or two sides are possible. Triangle is least number of possible sides. So, it is polygon.

Practice It

Measure the sides of each triangle below to the nearest quarter of an inch. Then state the number of sides with equal lengths.

Question 7. ____________ sides
Using the measuring scale find the length of each side.
The length of each side of the triangle is The triangle has 3 equal sides.

Question 8. ____________ sides
Using the measuring scale find the length of each side.
The length of each side of the triangle is The triangle has 2 equal sides.

Question 9. ____________ sides
Using the measuring scale find the length of each side.
The length of each side of the triangle is The triangle has no equal sides.

Question 10. ____________ sides
Using the measuring scale find the length of each side.
The length of each side of the triangle is The triangle has no equal sides.

Compare the angles of each triangle. Then circle the correct description.

Question 11. 1 right angle
1 angle is greater than a right angle.
In the given triangle one angle is greater than a right angle. Question 12. 1 right triangle
3 angles are less than a right angle.
Given triangle is 1 right triangle Question 13. 3 angles are less than a right angle.
1 angle is greater than a right angle.
In the given triangle the 3 angles are less than a right angle. Question 14. 1 right angle
1 angle is greater than a right angle.
In the given triangle the 1 right angle is greater than a right angle. Question 15.

Apply It

Question 16.
One side of the Egyptian pyramid is in the shape of a triangle. Circle the phrase that best describes the angles of the triangle. all angles are greater than a right angle
all angles are less than a right angle
one angle is a right angle
Given that,
One side of the Egyptian pyramid is in the shape of a triangle.
In the triangle all angles are less than a right angle. Question 17.
Mathematical PRACTICE Be Precise Measure the sides of the triangle to the nearest quarter of an inch. Then state the number of sides with equal lengths. ______________ sides of equal length
The measurements of the triangle to the nearest quarter of an inch. There are 2 equal lengths.

Question 18.
Mathematical PRACTICE Identify Structure Draw a triangle that is a right triangle. Then draw a triangle that is not a right triangle.
Given that,
Draw a triangle that is a right triangle. Then draw a triangle that is not a right triangle. Here the right triangle and not a right triangle is drawn.

Question 19.
How are all triangles the same and how can they be different?
All triangles are similar when the corresponding angles are congruent. The similar triangles have same shape but they have different size.

### McGraw Hill My Math Grade 3 Chapter 14 Lesson 3 My Homework Answer Key

Practice

Measure the sides of each triangle below to the nearest quarter of an inch. Then state the number of sides with equal lengths.

Question 1. ____________ sides
The measurements of the triangle are There are 3 equal sides.

Question 2. ____________ sides
The measurements of the triangle are There are no equal sides.

Compare the angles of each triangle. Then circle the correct description.

Question 3. 3 angles are less than a right angle
1 right angle.
In the given triangle 3 angles are less than a right angle. Question 4. 3 angles greater than a right angle
1 angle is greater than a right angle
The given triangle has 1 angle is greater than a right angle. Problem Solving

Question 5.
Mathematical PRACTICE Be Precise In billiards, a rack is used to organize billiard balls at the beginning of the game. Measure the sides of the triangle shown. What is the length of each side to the nearest quarter inch? Given that,
The length of the triangle is The triangle has 3 equal sides.

Question 6.
Refer to Exercise 5. How many angles are less than a right angle?
The all the 3 angles are less than than a right angle.

Question 7.
How many angles are less than a right angle in the triangle shown at the right? All the three angles less than a right angle in the triangle.

Vocabulary Check

Fill in the missing word.

Question 8.
A triangle with one right angle is called a ______________ triangle. 