isosceles triangle


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isosceles triangle

[ī′säs·ə‚lēz ′trī‚aŋ·gəl]
(mathematics)
A triangle with two sides of equal length.
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They started with the shortest possible values for the base, and began with isosceles triangles where possible, then decreasing the second side by 1 while increasing the third side by 1 each time.
It indicates that the localization accuracy based on square topologic structure is higher than that isosceles triangle topologic structure in Fig.
Sj] and also size scale of the hollowed isosceles triangle of [S.
It's a wide-based isosceles triangle whose base is black, blending into the black gun and ceasing to be readily visible in action.
Now these kids know what an isosceles triangle is, and they won't forget it," he says.
For example, students can watch video clips to help them understand the difference between a right and isosceles triangle, according to Sandra Caudill, assistant principal of Bell Elementary School.
Next, make a new equilateral triangle, using one of the two short sides of the jutting isosceles triangle as a base.
A black isosceles triangle forms the centre of the Y's arms, bordered by narrow yellow bands.
With this technique, an isosceles triangle is used to visually represent the concept and enhance memory (2,10-12).
If you've got that on straight, then your tendu stays within the fifth, as though you were aiming for the point of an isosceles triangle in front of you.
The isosceles triangle of 173 mm high was equivalent to an equilateral triangle of 200mm side each.