This is a simple experiment: try to draw the most scalene triangle you can. That's all there is to it. Take a screenie and post it in the comments below.

If you don't know how to transfer your image on to the comments, here is how I do it:

Draw your triangle

Use snipping tool to capture it

Save it on desktop

Go to Imgur and upload it

Get the Reddit link and copy it

make a brilliant comment

Write an exclamation mark and paste the link, and then you're done.

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This is one of the most interesting scalene triangles there is, with properties too numerous to list here!

Look up "Heptagonal Triangle".

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What does 'most scalene' means? Can you please explain?

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That's for your own interpretation.

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Or simply use

postimg.orgto get the link to the picture and use this: ! [any text] (URL) as Sreejato Bhattacharya explained it here.Log in to reply

Ah, same difference. Process to get the picture on here is identical except for websites.

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I surrender! BTW try to make the most isosceles, or the most equilateral triangles..... This is mind-blowing!

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