Prove by the indirect method:  
Given: 

Prove: 

To prove:
The side
Given:
The triangle
Definition:
A triangle with two equal sides is called isosceles triangle.
Approach:
Assume, the side
Since, the triangle with two equal sides is isosceles. Then, the triangle
But, from the given data the triangle
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