Posted by **jessie** on Friday, February 15, 2013 at 10:57pm.

If you had a Iscocles triangle bca and the vertex c was 21y+13 and <b was 6y+1 would <a be congruent to <b since it states that they are congruent? and what would angle a be and what would y equal???

please help either I am thinking to hard or Im stupid lol :)

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