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Isosceles Triangle

Right Angled Triangle Acute Angled Triangle Obtuse Angled Triangle Equilateral Triangle Isosceles Triangle
Scalene Triangle



A Triangle whose any two sides are of equal length is called Isosceles Triangle.
In other words,
A Triangle having two equal sides is known as Isosceles Triangle.



In the above Triangle ABC,
side AB = AC,
So, Triangle ABC is an Isosceles Triangle.

Also, An Isosceles Triangle has two equal angles
So, in the above diagram,
Angle B = Angle C

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