An isosceles triangle is any triangle that has two sides of equal magnitude and one that is different. In an isosceles triangle there are also two opposite angles that have an equal
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An isosceles triangle has 2 sides the same length, and two angles the same. The other side has a different length. (If all three are the same, it is an equilateral triangle.
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An isosceles triangle is a threesided polygon in which there are at least two equal sides. The two angles that are opposite these equal sides are also equal in measure. There are
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1. Divide the length of the base by two. Represent this number as y. 2. Add the square of y to the square of the height of the triangle. 3. Take the square root of the number obtained
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