# Triangle Sum Theorem

- Author:
- Jean Falkner

This applet is designed to help students prove the Angle Sum Theorem. During this assignment, you should move the points around and see if it is possible to create a triangle where the sum of the angles is a number other than 180 degrees. Try at least 5 different triangles.
In addition, I expect you to create one isosceles triangle, one equilateral triangle, and one scalar triangle. Compare the different angles and the commonalities/differences in each triangle's angles.

Write the answers to the following questions on a separate piece of paper to be turned in:
1. Are you able to create a triangle where the sum of the angles is a number other than 180?
2. What is the relationship among the angles in a scalar triangle?
2a. Can you change the angles in an scalar triangle?
3. What is the relationship among the angles in an isosceles triangle?
4a. Can you change the angles in an isosceles triangle?
4. What is the relationship among the angles in an equilateral triangle?
4a. Can you change the angles in an equilateral triangle?