Isosceles Triangle given a Base and an Altitude by: Aubrey
An isosceles triangle has two sides of equal length, and two equal angles that are opposite the two equal sides (according to


Basic Isosceles Triangle

To create the triangle, left click once and drag to create the base in any desired direction, the peak of the triangle is created as you drag the base. You have now created an isosceles triangle. You can also play with the one I have already created to see what happens to the triangle as you move a point around.

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