Definition of an isosceles triangle. Property of angles at the base of an isosceles triangle.

An isosceles triangle is a triangle whose two sides are the same length. Equal sides are called sides, and the third side that is not equal to the sides is called base. Degree measures of angles at the base are equal between. Bisectors, medians and heights drawn from equal angles at the base are equal in length.

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