Sure. That's true of a median in every isosceles triangle, and every median in an equilateral triangle. In fact it is true for any median of any triangle. The two parts may not be the same shapes but they will have the same area. That is why the point where the three medians meet (centroid) is the centre of mass of a triangular lamina of uniform thickness.
A median of a triangle is a line from a vertex of the triangle to the midpoint of the side opposite that vertex.
The median of a triangle cannot be considered as a base of that triangle.
The median of a triangle bisects its side
A median divides any triangle in half.
Triangle median is the line segment that joins a vertex to the middle of opposing side.
Let the triangle be ABC and its medians by AX and BY and CZ. Therefore, since AC=AB, and OP=BD. Therefore, By Triangle Equiangular Property, Triangle ABC simliar to Triangle XYZ Therefore, Three times the sum of the squares of sides of triangle equal to 4 times of its median.:) Hope it helped.
Yes, the median of a triangle is from a vertex to the midpoint of the side opposite the vertex.
median intersect each other at a point inside triangle and altitude intrsect eachother at apoint outside triangle