# Math

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Explain how you know that the triangle formed is BOTH right & isoceles?

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It's a right isosceles triangle

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u measure

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How do I measure

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Is this the answer??

I know that the triangle formed is both right and isosceles because There will be a 90 degree angle and two 45 degree angles.

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