Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Problem 424: Triangle, Cevian, Angle, 90 degree, Congruence

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 Problem 424: Triangle, Cevian, Angle, 90 degree, Congruence.
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Level: High School, SAT Prep, College geometry

3 comments:

  1. http://geometri-problemleri.blogspot.com/2010/02/problem-70-ve-cozumu.html

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  2. Let be m(ACB)=y and m(BAC)=2y
    in triangle ABC: 5y+x=90
    knowing y is knowing x,and 0<5y<90
    with the sine rule in ABD and ABC
    BD=AB.sin2y/cos3y;BC=AB.sin2y/sin3y
    in the right triangle BCD
    BC²+BD²=DC²=AB²
    then sin²(2y)=cos²(3y).sin²(3y)=sin²(6y)/4
    we have the formula: sin(3a)=3sina-a(sina)^3
    with t=2y ,sin²t=1/4
    2y=30
    x=15
    .-.

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  3. Let E be the mid point of CD and F the mid point of AB. Then E is the centre of right Tr. BCD and so BF = BE.

    Now < ABE = 180 - 2/3<C - 2<C = 180 - 8/3< C. Hence < BFE = < BEF = 4/3<C.

    Hence < FEA = 4/3<C - 2/3<C = 2/3<C = < FAE. So Tr. BEF is equilateral and BE is perpendicular to AC and so < C = 45 and it follows that x = 15

    Sumith Peiris
    Moratuwa
    Sri Lanka

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