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Complete Problem 361

Level: High School, SAT Prep, College geometry

## Wednesday, September 30, 2009

### Problem 361: Right triangle, Incircle, Incenter, Tangency points, Angle

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45 degrees,
angle,
incenter,
incircle,
right triangle,
tangency point

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We've angle AED = angle AED = (180-A)/2 = 90 -A/2

ReplyDeleteFuther from Tr. FEC, α = angle AED - angle ACF =90-A/2-C/2 = angle B/2 since angs.(A+B+C)=180 deg. which, in turn, means that α = 90/2 = 45 deg.

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ReplyDeletePls explain this step

We've angle AED = angle AED = (180-A)/2 = 90 -A/2

How do we get this?????

/_AED+/_ADE+/_A=180 but /_AED=/_ADE (equal tangents). So 2/_ADE+/_A=180 or /_ADE=/_AED=90- A/2

ReplyDeleteVihaan

Since Tr. ADE is isoceles and OE is perp. to AC < DEO = A/2. But < FCE = 45-A/2 and hence considering the angles of Tr. FEC which add upto 180 we see that alpha= 45

ReplyDeleteSumith Peiris

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Problem 361

ReplyDeleteThe ADOE is cyclic (<ADO=90=<AEO) so <EDO=<A/2.Now DO//BC then <FOD=<FCB=<C/2.

But x=<EFO=<FDO+<DOF=<A/2+<C/2=45.

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