- #1

- 493

- 8

Anyway, here is my question in a triangle ABC, AB = AC and D is a point on AC such that AD = DB = BC. Find the size of the angle BAD? Find the angles of triangle ABC?

Just need a few hints to get this problem started please?

You are using an out of date browser. It may not display this or other websites correctly.

You should upgrade or use an alternative browser.

You should upgrade or use an alternative browser.

- Thread starter Natasha1
- Start date

- #1

- 493

- 8

Anyway, here is my question in a triangle ABC, AB = AC and D is a point on AC such that AD = DB = BC. Find the size of the angle BAD? Find the angles of triangle ABC?

Just need a few hints to get this problem started please?

- #2

Fermat

Homework Helper

- 872

- 1

Draw out the triangle(s). Try doing it to scale (i.e. try making the triangles

Label the angles. It should fall out pretty easily.

- #3

- 493

- 8

- #4

Fermat

Homework Helper

- 872

- 1

One property of isosceles triangles is that, not only are two sides of equal length, but the angles oppposite them are also equal.

Label

Share: