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Geometry Problem. Post your solution in the comments box below.Level: Mathematics Education, High School, Honors Geometry, College.Click the figure below to see the complete problem 885.
build :EM, FE, FHFHC=FCE=EMCFEC=FHC => FHC~FCE => HC/CE=FC/FE => HC=CE*FC/FEEFC=ECM => FEC~CEM => CM/FC=CE/FE => CM=CE*FC/FEHC=CM => M midPoint of HM
Let HF and EM intersect at P.Apply inversion on C with any inversion radius. 3 tangents are invariants.Circle G becomes line through E'F' and parallel to H'M'Similar on other two circles.Triangle P'H'M' is similar to C'E'F'.Remainings are straight forward. QED
This might seem a bit strange but here goes. I am a quilter and my guild has presented us with a challenge to create at 20" block using a specific set of requirements. We were given a color, a number and a noun. Mine is three green circles. When I googled that I came up with your proof as a possibility. What is the solution so that I can use that as part of my block? Thanks!
To Jennifer See above two solutions of problem 885http://gogeometry.blogspot.com/2013/06/problem-885-intersecting-circles.html Thanks
AG и BC перпендикулярно FC, АС и GB перпендикулярно CE, то ACBG параллелограмм. Значит <GAC=<GBC=<GBE. <HAC=2<HFC=2<ECM=<EBM. <HAG=(<HAC=<EBM)+(<GAC=<GBE)=<GBM, HA=AC=GB, и AG=BC=BM, значит что треугольники HAG и GBM конгруэнтный. GH=GM и GC перпендикулярно HM, то есть треугольники GCH и GCM конгруэнтный.
AG and BC are perpendicular to FC, AC and GB perpendicular to CE, then ACBG parallelogram. So <GAC = <GBC = <GBE. <HAC = 2 <HFC = 2 <ECM = <EBM. <HAG = (<HAC = <EBM) + (<GAC = <GBE) = <GBM, HA = AC = GB, and AG = BC = BM, means that the triangles HAG and GBM congruent. GH = GM and GC perpendicular to HM, so that triangles GCH and GCM congruent.
< FHC = < FCE =< CME , < FCH = < FEC and < CFE = < ECMSo easily Triangles HFC, EFC and ECM are similarHence CE/EM = CF/CM….(1) from similar triangles EFC and ECMAnd CE/CF = EM/CH…(2) from similar triangles ECM and HFCComparing (1) and (2) CM = CHSumith PeirisMoratuwaSri Lanka
everyone starts with equality of angles fhc,fce and so on. it must be trivial but I can't see the proof for that. illuminate me, please ?
everyone begins with equality of angles fhc, fce and so on. I must be missing something trivial but what is the proof for that?
< FHC = < FCE because EC tangent to circle A at CEC is the tangent to circle C at C so < CME = < FCE