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What is an isosceles triangle leg?

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Hi, I saw on a question on Veritas Prep the following "An isosceles right triangle with a leg of length a and perimeter p..."

I've never before heard the term "leg" to refer to a triangle. What is the GMAT standard for this?

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Apologies. Found the answer: http://www.mathwords.com/l/leg_of_right_triangle.htm. I had never seen this before!
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