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Triangle, Angles, Midpoint, Congruence. Level: High School, SAT Prep, College geometry

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## Monday, May 19, 2008

### Geometry Problem 105

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## Monday, May 19, 2008

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Geometry Problem 105

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See complete Problem 105

Triangle, Angles, Midpoint, Congruence. Level: High School, SAT Prep, College geometry

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This Problem has two solutions for x

ReplyDeletex=Alfa

x=90-Alfa-Beta

Angle DBC=180-90+α+β-x-2β-α =90-x-β. Now using the trigonometric version of Ceva's Theorem, we can say that: sin(90-α-β)/sin(x)*sin(β)/sin(β)*sin(α)/sin(90-x-β)=1 or sin(90-α-β)/sin(90-x-β) = sin(x)/sin(α). This equation is clearly true when x=α which makes both sides=1 or equally when x=90-α-β

ReplyDeleteAjit: ajitathle@gmail.com

Ajit:

In particular, if AC=AB, then x=alpha.

ReplyDeleteThen without loss of generality,

we may assume that AC < AB.

Let E be a point on the extended line of AC with AE=AB.

Since the angle DCB=90-x-beta = the angle of DCB, the quadrilateral CDBE is a cyclic

and so alpha =90-beta-x,

that is, x=90-alpha-beta.

September 21, 2009

Bae deok rak

bdr@korea.com

From daechidong,

Topmath academy(02-567-5114)

Seoul, South Korea.

To Antonio: according to the conclusions reached by Joe and Anonymous, the problem 105 has two possible answers for the angle x, meaning that some condition is missing in enunciate. Is that true? What should be changed?

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