# Isosceles Triangle - Base Angles

- Author:
- rbwalker15

- Topic:
- Angles

Triangle 1 is a triangle with two congruent sides. Use the slider to adjust the length of the legs. You can also drag the points to manipulate Triangle 1
1. As the legs get longer, what happens to the base angles? How are their values related?
2. As the legs get shorter, what happens to the base angles? How are their values related?
Triangle 2 is a triangle with two congruent base angles. Use the slider to adjust the measure of the base angles. You can also drag the points to manipulate Triangle 2.
1. As the base angles get larger, what happens to the legs? How are their values related?
2. As the base angles get smaller, what happens to the legs? How are their values related?