Do there exist spherical triangles which are not isoceles but are the union of a finite collection of (two or more) congruent triangles with pairwise disjoint (and nonempty) interiors?
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Yes. Take any equilateral triangle and divide it into six congruent triangles barycentrically. The union of three of those parts is a nonisosceles right triangle. 

