By the theorem at determining from angles that a triangle is isosceles, we can conclude that, in any geometry in which ASA holds, an equilateral triangle is regular (http://planetmath.org/RegularTriangle). In any geometry in which ASA, SAS, SSS, and AAS all hold, the isosceles triangle theorem yields that the bisector of any angle of an equiangular triangle coincides with the height, the median and the perpendicular bisector of the opposite side.
The following statements hold in Euclidean geometry for an equiangular triangle.
The triangle is determined by specifying one side.
If is the length of the side, then the height is equal to .
If is the length of the side, then the area is equal to .
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