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Is this diagram sufficient to prove the theorem analytically?
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Here, I did a thing
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>>10718882
doesn't that only work for isosceles triangles?
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no, because you're triangle is equibilateral
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>>10718882
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h2htazYLoxQ
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>>10718936
haha loud sounds are funny im 12 xd



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