# Isosceles

A triangle in which two sides have the same length.

Remember to spell isosceles with an SOS in the word.

**I sock em in these** (isosceles) (in of a **pair** of socks the **same length**) but I need to send out an SOS for another pair of socks (spelt with an SOS).

**Examples**

An isosceles triangle with two sides same length giving two angles at 50° and one at 80°.

An isosceles triangle with two sides same length giving two angles at 65° and one at 50°.

An isosceles triangle with two sides same length giving two angles at 59° and one at 62°.

A right angled triangle can be an isosceles as long as two of the sides are the same length.

A triangle with two angles the same will be an isosceles triangle.

**NOTE:**

Isosceles triangles have two internal angles that are the same and one which is different.

# Isosceles

A triangle in which two sides have the same length.

Remember to spell isosceles with an SOS in the word.

**I sock em in these** (isosceles) (in of a **pair** of socks the **same length**) but I need to send out an SOS for another pair of socks (spelt with an SOS).

**Examples**

An isosceles triangle with two sides same length giving two angles at 50° and one at 80°.

An isosceles triangle with two sides same length giving two angles at 65° and one at 50°.

An isosceles triangle with two sides same length giving two angles at 59° and one at 62°.

A right angled triangle can be an isosceles as long as two of the sides are the same length.

A triangle with two angles the same will be an isosceles triangle.

**NOTE:**

Isosceles triangles have two internal angles that are the same and one which is different.