The Miscellaneous Triangles ClipArt gallery includes illustrations of isosceles, scalene, equilateral, obtuse, acute, concentric, and similar triangles. There are also images of real-world triangles that can be used in application problems, triangles with bisectors drawn, and triangles that are labeled to derive the area formula.

Illustration to show angle bisectors in a triangle. It is known as the incenter.

Incenter of Triangle

Illustration to show angle bisectors in a triangle. It is known as the incenter.

Sketch of isosceles triangle with labels.

Isosceles Triangle

Sketch of isosceles triangle with labels.

Illustration showing an isosceles triangle (one that has two sides equal).

Isosceles Triangle

Illustration showing an isosceles triangle (one that has two sides equal).

Illustration showing an isosceles triangle with a segment inside. This can be used to show that in an isosceles triangle the angles opposite the equal sides are equal.

Isosceles Triangle With Interior Segment Drawn

Illustration showing an isosceles triangle with a segment inside. This can be used to show that in an…

Illustration to show that if one of the legs of an isosceles triangle is produced through the vertex by its own length, the line joining he end of the leg produced to the nearer end of the base is perpendicular to the base.

Leg Produced through the Vertex of an Isosceles Triangle

Illustration to show that if one of the legs of an isosceles triangle is produced through the vertex…

Illustration showing a triangle with a line parallel to the base and two intersecting lines.

Triangle With Line Parallel to Base and Two Intersecting Lines

Illustration showing a triangle with a line parallel to the base and two intersecting lines.

Illustration to show lines drawn from the vertices to join at a point within the triangle.

Triangle With Lines From the Vertices That Join a Point Within

Illustration to show lines drawn from the vertices to join at a point within the triangle.

Illustration of a triangle with the median drawn.

Triangle With Median Drawn

Illustration of a triangle with the median drawn.

Illustration to show the medians drawn to the legs of an isosceles triangle.

Medians Drawn Drawn to Legs of Isosceles Triangles

Illustration to show the medians drawn to the legs of an isosceles triangle.

Illustration to show that if the lines joining the middle points of the sides of a triangle divide the triangle into four equal triangles.

Midpoints of Triangle Divide Triangle into Four Equal Triangles

Illustration to show that if the lines joining the middle points of the sides of a triangle divide the…

Illustration showing an obtuse triangle (one that has one obtuse angle).

Obtuse Triangle

Illustration showing an obtuse triangle (one that has one obtuse angle).

Obtuse triangle with altitude drawn.

Obtuse Triangle

Obtuse triangle with altitude drawn.

Obtuse triangle with altitude and one median drawn.

Obtuse Triangle

Obtuse triangle with altitude and one median drawn.

Triangle with sides a,b,c and height/altitude h.

Obtuse Triangle With Height Drawn

Triangle with sides a,b,c and height/altitude h.

An illustration of an obtuse triangle with the height/altitude labeled h.

Obtuse Triangle

An illustration of an obtuse triangle with the height/altitude labeled h.

Illustration to show altitudes in a triangle. It is known as the orthocenter.

Orthocenter of Triangle

Illustration to show altitudes in a triangle. It is known as the orthocenter.

Illustration of a triangle with a segment parallel to the base.

Triangle With Parallel Segment Drawn

Illustration of a triangle with a segment parallel to the base.

Illustration to show that if from any point in the base of an isosceles triangle parallels to the legs are drawn, a parallelogram is formed whose perimeter is constant, being equal to the sum of the legs of the triangle.

Isosceles Triangle With Parallelogram inside

Illustration to show that if from any point in the base of an isosceles triangle parallels to the legs…

Illustration used to show the various parts of a triangle: sides, angles, medians, altitudes, bisectors, and segments.

Parts Of A Triangle

Illustration used to show the various parts of a triangle: sides, angles, medians, altitudes, bisectors,…

Illustration showing a perpendicular bisector of a triangle extended outside of the triangle.

Triangle With Perpendicular Bisector

Illustration showing a perpendicular bisector of a triangle extended outside of the triangle.

Illustration to show that the perpendicular bisector of the base of an isosceles triangle passes through the vertex and bisects the angle at the vertex.

Perpendicular Bisector of the Base of an Isosceles Triangle

Illustration to show that the perpendicular bisector of the base of an isosceles triangle passes through…

Illustration to show the perpendiculars dropped from any point in the equilateral triangle to the three sides is constant, and equal to the altitude.

Perpendiculars Dropped Any Point in the Equilateral Triangle

Illustration to show the perpendiculars dropped from any point in the equilateral triangle to the three…

Illustration to show the perpendiculars dropped from the midpoint of the base to the legs of an isosceles triangle are equal.

Perpendiculars Dropped From Midpoint of Base to Legs of Isosceles Triangles

Illustration to show the perpendiculars dropped from the midpoint of the base to the legs of an isosceles…

Illustration to show that the difference of the distances from any point in the base produced of an isosceles triangle to the equal sides of the triangle is constant.

Point in Base of Isosceles Triangle

Illustration to show that the difference of the distances from any point in the base produced of an…

Illustration of a right triangle that can be used to show Pythagorean theorem. "In any right triangle, the square described upon the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares described upon the other two sides."

Right Triangle Showing Pythagorean Theorem

Illustration of a right triangle that can be used to show Pythagorean theorem. "In any right triangle,…

Illustration showing a scalene triangle (one that has no two sides equal).

Scalene Triangle

Illustration showing a scalene triangle (one that has no two sides equal).

Illustration showing a triangle with an exterior segment drawn to show and exterior angle. This can be shown to show adjacent angles ACB and ACD as well.

Triangle With Segment Extended for Exterior Angle

Illustration showing a triangle with an exterior segment drawn to show and exterior angle. This can…

Illustration showing a triangle with an interior segment drawn

Triangle With Interior Segment

Illustration showing a triangle with an interior segment drawn

Illustration of a triangle with interior segments and angles labeled.

Segments and Angles in a Triangle

Illustration of a triangle with interior segments and angles labeled.

Illustration of a triangle with interior segments and angles labeled.

Segments and Angles in a Triangle

Illustration of a triangle with interior segments and angles labeled.

Illustration of triangle ABC with BE extended through the triangle at point D. Segment AB is equal to segment BD.

Segments Labeled In A Triangle

Illustration of triangle ABC with BE extended through the triangle at point D. Segment AB is equal to…

Illustration showing a triangle with a segment inside.

Triangle With Interior Segment Drawn

Illustration showing a triangle with a segment inside.

Illustration of three isosceles triangles with the same base AC but varying heights (as B gets farther from the base).

3 Isosceles Triangles Wit Equal Bases

Illustration of three isosceles triangles with the same base AC but varying heights (as B gets farther…

Illustration showing two equal triangles.

Equal Triangles

Illustration showing two equal triangles.

Illustration showing two equal triangles. This can be used to show that two triangles are equal if the three sides of the one are equal, respectively, to the three sides of the other.

Equal Triangles by Side Side Side

Illustration showing two equal triangles. This can be used to show that two triangles are equal if the…

Illustration to show if two triangles have two sides of the one equal, respectively, to two sides of the other, and the angles opposite two equal sides equal, the angles opposite the other two equal sides are equal or supplementary, and if equal the triangles are equal.

Proof of Equal Triangles Drawing

Illustration to show if two triangles have two sides of the one equal, respectively, to two sides of…

An illustration showing an isosceles triangle in an equilateral triangle.

Equilateral And Isosceles Triangles

An illustration showing an isosceles triangle in an equilateral triangle.

Illustration of an equilateral triangle inscribed in an equilateral triangle by joining the midpoints of the sides of the larger triangle. 3 smaller equilateral triangles are then constructed in the remaining area by joining the midpoints of the other 3 triangles.

Equilateral Triangles Inscribed In An Equilateral Triangle

Illustration of an equilateral triangle inscribed in an equilateral triangle by joining the midpoints…

Illustration of an equilateral triangle inscribed in an equilateral triangle by joining the midpoints of the sides of the larger triangle. Thus, there are 4 equilateral triangles inside of the large triangle. Inside each of the 4 smaller equilateral triangles another equilateral triangle is constructed by joining the midpoints of the sides.

Equilateral Triangles Inscribed In Equilateral Triangles

Illustration of an equilateral triangle inscribed in an equilateral triangle by joining the midpoints…

Illustration to show two triangles with the same base and on the same side of the base.

Triangles With The Same Base

Illustration to show two triangles with the same base and on the same side of the base.

Similar triangles with corresponding sides labeled.

Similar Triangles

Similar triangles with corresponding sides labeled.

Similar triangles with corresponding sides labeled.

Similar Triangles

Similar triangles with corresponding sides labeled.

Illustration showing three triangles. This is used to show the following theorem: If two triangles have two sides of the one equal, respectively, to two sides of the other, but the included angle of the first triangle greater than the included angle of the second, then the third side of the first is greater than the third side of the second.

Three Triangles Used to Compare Sides

Illustration showing three triangles. This is used to show the following theorem: If two triangles have…