Prove: If a median of a triangle is perpendicular to the side it bisects, then it bisects the angle opposite that side and the triangle is isosceles. Can anyone please let know how to prove this problem? thank you so much
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Originally Posted by jpmath2010 Prove: If a median of a triangle is perpendicular to the side it bisects, then it bisects the angle opposite that side and the triangle is isosceles. Can anyone please let know how to prove this problem? thank you so much The median divides the triangle into two smaller triangles that are congruent by SAS congruence. Can you finish off?
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