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Property # 1 of a parallelogram: angle bisectors of 2 opposite angles are parallel.Let 2 angle bisectors of a parallelogram ABCD cut opposite sides at E and F . Triangles ABF and CDE are congruence per case ASA => DE=BF and BE=DF => DE //BFDraw additional lines per sketch and let L is the midpoint of ACWe have NL= ½ AF and NL//AF , ML=1/2 CE and ML//CEBPLQ is a parallelogramSince AF=CE => ML=NL => triangle MLN is isoscelesDraw angle bisector LR of angle MLN => LR ⊥ MNLR // BD per property #1 of parallelogram BPLQ => BD ⊥ MN
Connect E with F. Let P be the mid-point of EF, and Q the mid-point of AC.PM is parallel to AF. PM is equal to 1/2 of AF. NQ is parallel to AF. NQ is equal to 1/2 of AF. PN is parallel to EC. PN is equal to 1/2 of EC. MQ is parallel to EC. MQ is equal to 1/2 of EC. PMQN is a rombus, and its diagonals are perbendicular to each other. PQ is bisector of <MPN. BD is parallel to PQ, dhe PQ is perbendicular to MN, and from here we have BD is perbendicular to MN.Erina-NJ
Note to ErinaRefer to your solution in the paragraph below ," PMQN is a rombus, and its diagonals are perbendicular to each other. PQ is bisector of <MPN. BD is parallel to PQ" It is not clear to me how do you have "BD is parallel to PQ " . please explain.
To Peter Tran:PM is parallel to AB, PN is parallel to BC. <ABC dhe <MPN are angles with parallel sides. This way, their bisectors(BD dhe PQ) are parallel or they fall in the same line. Erina-NJ
Q-середина AC, C' пересечение MN и AB, A' пересечение MN и BC. QM параллельна EC, QN параллельна AF, и QM=EC/2=AF/2=QN. <BC'M=<MNQ=<NMQ=<NA'B, то есть треугольник BA'C' равнобедренный.
Let Q be midpoint of AC, C' intersection of MN with AB, and A' intersection of MN with BC. QM parallel to EC, QN parallel to AF, and QM=EC/2=AF/2=QN. <BC'M=<MNQ=<NMQ=<NA'B, making triangle A'BC' isosceles.