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Level: High School, SAT Prep, College geometry

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## Wednesday, February 18, 2009

### Problem 11: Right triangle, Cevian, Angles

Labels:
angle,
cevian,
congruence,
right triangle

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Triangles DAB & ACB are similar. Hence, BD/AB = AB/BC or AB^2 = BD*BC = 3BD^2. In triangle DAB, we've AD^2 = AB^2+BD^2 = 3BD^2+BD^2 = 4BD^2. Thus, BD = AD/2. In other words, DAB is 30-60-90 with angle DAB = x = 30 deg.

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ReplyDeleteLet AB=c and DC=2a=2BD

ReplyDeleteFrom triangle ABD and ABC:tanx=a/c=c/3a

so 3a^2=c^2 or a/c=(sqrt3)/3 So tanx=(sqrt3)/3

and x=30 deg

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in triangle ABC, tanx= AB/BC....In triangle ABD, tanx =BD/AB.....Multipying both we get x=30

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