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## Friday, August 1, 2014

### Geometry Problem 1036: Triangle, Three equal Incircles, Tangent lines, Inradius, Equal Inradii

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By the results of the last two problems, it would be obvious.

ReplyDeleteSince the two triangles have the same area and perimeter,

the inradius given by r=2A/P would also be equal.

From the figure, it seems that all five circles are equal, isn't it?

To Jacob

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All five circles are not necessarily equal. Thanks.