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Could anyone help me udnerstand the base angle theorem and the converse base angle theorem better?..I don't wuite understand them, and I have homework on it.

Marie: The base angle theorem: If in a triangle two of the side are equal length, then the angles opposite the sides are equal.


Converse: If in a triangle two angles are equal, then the sides opposite the angles are equal.

See Isosceles triangles:
http://library.thinkquest.org/20991/geo/ietri.html

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