Triangles are fascinating shapes! With just three sides, there can be many different types of triangles depending on the lengths and angles in the triangle. For example, you have probably learnt about equilateral triangles (three sides of equal length), isosceles triangles (two sides of equal lengths), and right-angled triangles (a triangle which consists of one right-angle).

In **O Level Math Tuition**, you will also learn about similarity and congruence. These describe the relationship between triangles which look similar: for example, one triangle that is a rotated image of another triangle, or a triangle that is a bigger version of another triangle.