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2-17.

In an isosceles triangle, the two angles opposite the congruent sides are called the **base angles**. You may have learned in a previous course that the base angles of an isosceles triangle are always congruent. Now you will prove it! In the diagram at right, * *is an isosceles triangle, and point is the midpoint of

*.*

Make a flowchart to prove that the base angles of

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Would your proof work for any isosceles triangle? State your findings as an if-then statement and add it to your Theorem Graphic Organizer.

Since we found this to be true, formulate an if-then statement to conclude information from the flowchart.