### Definition of Scalene triangle

1. Noun. A triangle with no two sides of equal length.

Generic synonyms: Triangle, Trigon, Trilateral

### Definition of Scalene triangle

1. Noun. (geometry) A triangle having each of its three sides of different lengths. ¹

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### Literary usage of Scalene triangle

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A History of Greek Mathematics by Thomas Little Heath (1921)
"(a) Area of scalene triangle. After the easy cases of the rectangle, the right-angled triangle and the isosceles triangle, Heron gives two methods of ..."

2. Primary Object Lessons: For Training the Senses and Developing the Faculties by Norman Allison Calkins (1898)
"scalene triangle.—Here is another triangle with two acute angles and one obtuse angle ... When may we call a triangle a scalene triangle f How many kinds of ..."

3. Primary Object Lessons: For Training the Senses and Developing the Faculties by Norman Allison Calkins (1888)
"scalene triangle.—Here is another triangle with twc acute angles and one obtuse angle; ... When may we call a triangle a scalene triangle ? ..."

4. Ancient Egyptian Science: A Source Book by Marshall Clagett (1989)
"IV.35a Suggested graphic solution of a scalene triangle. Taken from Т.Е. Pcct, "Mathematics in Ancient Egypt," p. 432. Fig. lV.35b Suggested graphic ..."

5. The Elements of Geometry by George Bruce Halsted (1886)
"A scalene triangle has no two sides equal. 117. When one side of a triangle has to be distinguished from the other two, it may be called the Base; ..."