The bisectors of the base angles of an isosceles triangle meet at I. Find the angle between the bisectors at their point of intersection if the vertex angle is 70^{0} May i know what does this mean?
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$\displaystyle \alpha = \beta = \delta = \gamma$
it is 125 degrees the angle in the intersection of the 2 base angle bisectors.
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