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prove:if an isosceles triangle has an altitude from the vertex to the base,then the altitude bisects the vertex angles given:ABC is isosceles;CD is the altitude to base AB to prove:CD bisects

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plz help people
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Ohh, geometry..grr..not confident in helping with proofs. I'm sorry. Ask @jim_thompson5910
its alright thnxs
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what do u mean? explain plz
AC = BC because this is an isosceles triangle
CD = CD (reflexive property)
and angle CDB is a right angle because CD is an altitude
oh okay thnxs

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