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Q: Do the midpoints of an isoceles triangle form another isoceles triangle?

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An equilateril triangle has all equal sides. Then comes the isoceles with two equal sides. Next, the scalene triangle coming in with no equal sides, so the exact answer to your question in the simplest form is: 2.

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This is first an isoceles triangle with base 40' and one of the other two equal sides is 10.5 feet. The two equal sides added together (21 feet) needs to be at least a bit greater than the base (40 feet) to form a triangle. Since this condition is not met it is not possible to have the 3-D object you describe.

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If a three-sided figure (triangle) has one angle that is zero, then all angles will be zero and the three sides will be coincident, that is, they will occupy the same space and will, therefore form a single line. Such a figure would not be referred to as a triangle, and would have little practical value in trigonometry (the study of triangles).Therefore, every triangle has three angles greater than zero degrees, whether it be isoceles, right-angled, equilateral, or any other.

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