Q: What is a isoscles tringle mean?

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If you mean the vertex where the two equal sides of an isosceles triangle intersect, the side is the base.

An isoscles triangle is a triangle which has two of its sides equal in length. Yes, absolutely a right triangle can also be an isoscles triangle.

Isoscles Triangle

Yes

Any of the above: you can have a right-angled isosceles (not isoscles!) triangle, or an obtuse-angled one or an acute angled-one.

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a triangle ;)

If you mean the vertex where the two equal sides of an isosceles triangle intersect, the side is the base.

Yes. You would have to have a right angle and two 45 degree angles

The definition of a circle is not part of the triangle (or tringle, even) proportionality theorem.

The three inside angles of any tringle always add up to 180 degrees.

An isoscles triangle is a triangle which has two of its sides equal in length. Yes, absolutely a right triangle can also be an isoscles triangle.

No.

isoscles

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Isoscles Triangle