Definitions for "TRIANGLES"
Triangles are considered continuation patterns. They develop when a market consolidates or corrects within an existing trend. Symmetrical triangles can be bullish or bearish as it usually resolves in the direction of the trend prior to the pattern formation. An "Ascending triangle" has a flat resistance line drawn off of the range highs and a rising support line on the "higher troughs" within the range and is a bullish pattern. A "Descending triangle" has a flat support line drawn off of the range lows and a falling resistance line drawn from the "lower peaks" within the range and is a bearish pattern.
Sideways price patterns in which prices fluctuate with converging trendlines. The three types of triangles are symmetrical, ascending and descending triangles.
acute: all interior angles less than 90° obtuse: one interior angle greater than 90° right: one interior angle equals 90° scalene: no two sides equal isosceles: two sides equal equilateral: three sides equal Examples: acute obtuse right scalene isosceles equilateral Some properties of a triangle
For surgical approaches and other considerations, the anterior half of the neck is divided into triangles- anterior, digastric, posterior, submental, and carotid.
Keywords:  navel, torso, oblique, inverted, vest
An image to suggest the internal and external oblique abs, which run on opposite diagonals across the front of your torso. Visualize two triangles: The first triangle uses the horizontal line between the hip bones as its base, with the point touching the navel. The second triangle is inverted, with its point also touching the navel, but its base stretches horizontally across the front of the rib cage. Also referred to as the "vest."