# SOLUTION: [Flow proofs] Draw and label a diagram.list in terms,what is given and what is to be proven. In an isosceles triangle, if a segment is drawn from the vertex of the angle b

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 Question 376698: [Flow proofs] Draw and label a diagram.list in terms,what is given and what is to be proven. In an isosceles triangle, if a segment is drawn from the vertex of the angle between the congruent sides to the midpoint of the opposite, then congruent triangles are formed.Answer by solver91311(16897)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! Label your triangle with A at the vertex between the congruent sides and B and C at the other two vertices. Construct the segment from A to the mid-point of BC. Call the midpoint D. AB is congruent to AC because it is an isosceles triangle. Angle B and angle C are congruent because it is an isosceles triangle. BD is congruent to DC because of the definition of midpoint. ABD congruent to ACD by SAS. John My calculator said it, I believe it, that settles it