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No they're not, but the definition varies. Perfect TrianglesAlltriangles are perfect triangles, otherwise they are not triangles...

The answer to the OP is, as you imply, "no".Perfect trianglesare triangles with sides of integer length and having numerically equal integer area and perimeter.

Do you have any evidence to support that statement?The OP is talking generalities.

Are you thinking of a mathematical term of the sort entangledbank illustrates above, as in the example Andy offers?

Or are you thinking of a non-mathematical use of 'perfect', meaning that something is an ideal example of its kind?