# How would you describe the angles and sides of an acute, isosceles triangle?

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Nov 27, 2015

An isosceles must have

#### Explanation:

An isosceles triangle looks something like:

- Any isosceles triangle has two equal sides, which are both indicated by the variable
#b# . This means that the left side's length#b# is equal to the right side's length#b# . - Any isosceles triangle also has two equal angles, which are both indicated by the line at each angle.

With this information, we can state that for a triangle to be isosceles, it must have

If