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Q: How does the perpendicular bisector affect the vertex angle of an isoceles triangle?

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If the walls in your house were not perpendicular they would probably topple over and you would no longer have a daily life for perpendicular lines to affect.

Nothing. Translation does not affect the measure of sides (or angles).

as it is rate of change of output voltage..so it affect amplifier output

No.

i don't know? probably.

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If the walls in your house were not perpendicular they would probably topple over and you would no longer have a daily life for perpendicular lines to affect.

it doesn't effect the health triangle at all

The answer depends on what you mean by "the verticals of a triangle".

It triples the perimeter.

Most people return from the Bermuda triangle tanned, happy, and a little bit broke.

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No, all triangles have 180 degrees.

To get a line perpendicular to another, you flip the coefficient of x and change the sign--e.g., y = -4x + c (c is a constant and can be any number; that does not affect the perpendicularity).

The Bermuda Triangle does not affect nature. Nature (hurricanes in particular) helps to create the shipping losses which are associated with that region.

The perimeter changes and doubles as well.

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