A triangle T is separated into two congruent triangles by a straight cut. Which of the following statements are true?
A) T must have two sides with equal length.
B) The cut must be perpendicular to one side of T.
C) T must have two interior angles with the same measure.
D) The cut must go through the midpoint of one side of T.
This is a good question.
One choice can be dismissed easily enough, which would that be, and why?
Actually, looking again, I do not know.
Certainly all of them can be true whether or not they need to be true is a different matter.
I am withdrawing my earlier assertion that one can be easily removed as the answer. I misread it.
Thinking about it now one at a time.
I think all of them have to be true.