BASE ANGLE THEOREM
Definition of Base Angle Theorem
Base Angle Theorem states that if two sides in a triangle are congruent, then the angles opposite to these sides are also congruent.
More About Base Angle Theorem
 Base angles of an isosceles triangle are equal.
 Converse of the base angle theorem is also true, i.e. if two angles of a triangle are congruent, the sides opposite to these angles are congruent.
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Example on Base Angle Theorem
(∠B and ∠C) are also congruent.
Solved Example on Base Angle Theorem
Ques: The length of two congruent sides of a triangle is 6 cm. Which of the following could be the measure of the three angles of the triangle?
Choices:
A. 108^{o}, 36^{o}, 36^{o}B. 30^{o}, 90^{o}, 60^{o}
C. 40^{o}, 62^{o}, 78^{o}
D. 42^{o}, 64^{o}, 74^{o}
Correct Answer: A
Solution:

Step 1: According to the base angle theorem, if two sides of a triangle are congruent, the angles opposite to these sides are also congruent
Step 2: The length of the two sides of the triangle are congruent, so the angles opposite to these sides would be congruent
Step 3: So, 108^{o}, 36^{o}, and 36^{o} would be the measures of the three angles of the triangle.
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