# Divide an isosceles triangle with an non equal angle of $45$ degrees triangle into $3$ parts [closed]

the three parts can be turned, and are called $$a, b \text{ and }c$$, and part $$a$$ can form an isosceles triangle with part $$b$$, part $$c$$ with $$b$$, and $$a$$ with $$c$$, without leaving any hole or superposition

• Please show your attempts. – Matteo Aug 21 '19 at 15:37
• Too hard to parse what you mean. Please either include a picture or be more explicit with you description. It seems you are asking about a triangle with a vertex of $45$ degrees (and therefore the base angles will each be $67.5$ degrees) but what does "turning" mean and what does "$a$ can form an isoceles trianglel with $b$" mean? – fleablood Aug 21 '19 at 15:42