chicomathmom's Comments

Cool article.

Btw, "isosceles" just means that at least two sides of the triangle are the same length--the third could be longer, or shorter, or even the same size.

So, you could have a very wide angle between the two same-length sides (as in your spidron) or

the angle could be very narrow (think of the top part of a capital A)

or they could all be the same length--every equilateral is also isosceles.

(But *not* every isosceles triangle is equilateral--just as every square is a rectangle ie, has 4 right angles, but not every rectangle is a square.)
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