Determine whether the set have a subset relationship. Are the two sets disjoint or equivalent? Do the set intersect? L={equilateral triangles}, E={equiangular triangles}

Bevan Mcdonald 2021-02-05 Answered
Determine whether the set have a subset relationship. Are the two sets disjoint or equivalent? Do the set intersect?
L={equilateral triangles}, E={equiangular triangles}
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Answered 2021-02-06 Author has 98 answers
The equilateral triangle is a triangle with all equal sides and equiangular triangle is a triangle with all equal angles.
All angles of equilateral triangle will be equal and all sides of equiangular triangle will also be equal.
So, an equilateral triangle is an equiangular triangle and an equiangular triangle is an equilateral triangle.
Thus, L and E are equivalent sets.
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