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IS AN EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE CALLED AS A PERFECT TRIANGLE ? IF YES , WHY ?
- The term perfect triangle seems to have a few different definitions see for example  which defined perfect triangle as triangles with sides of integer length and having numerically equal integer area and perimeter. An equlatrial triangle would never satisfy this definition. --Salix alba (talk) 14:25, 13 April 2007 (UTC)
Area of Equilateral Triangle
I do not know too much about geometry, so I will post a suggestion for a change. The article states that the area of an equilateral triangle is 1 , where 1 is the lenght of a side. I understood it to be s2 ,where s = side. Of course the given example is 1, so having it squared will make no difference. But given any other number, and it will need to be squared. Is this not a better way of writing the equation? --Mateck 01:33, 2 May 2007 (UTC)