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Reflecting about a Perpendicular Bisector (V2)

Use this limited GeoGebra toolbar to construct a triangle that always remains isosceles (no matter where you drag its vertices).

Use the ANGLE Toolbar Image tool to measure the angles of your isosceles triangle. After doing so, be sure to move the isosceles triangle's vertices around. What do you notice?