Triangle Theorems Problems is a set of exercises designed for 8th grade students in accordance with the Common Core Standards for Mathematics. These problems focus on key concepts related to triangles, including the Pythagorean Theorem, the Triangle Inequality Theorem, and the properties of special triangles such as isosceles and equilateral triangles. By practicing these problems, students can improve their understanding of these theorems and properties, and develop their proficiency in solving problems related to triangles.

The problems aim to develop students' problem-solving and critical thinking skills and to enhance their ability to reason abstractly and quantitatively. Through these problems, students can deepen their knowledge of geometric concepts and develop their ability to apply them to real-world situations. Teachers can use these problems to reinforce classroom instruction, provide additional practice, and assess students' mastery of the key concepts and skills related to triangles.