Saturday, December 3, 2016

Geometry Problem 1291 Three Squares, Collinear Vertices, Midpoint, Congruence

Geometry Problem. Post your solution in the comment box below.
Level: Mathematics Education, High School, Honors Geometry, College.

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Geometry Problem 1291 Three Squares, Collinear Vertices, Midpoint, Congruence.

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  1. https://goo.gl/photos/mimSHwEKYejTtxPm9

    Let M,N, P, O are the projection of J, E, G and B over AC
    Note that triangles CMJ congruent to ENC . Triangle ENA congruent to APG
    So CM=EN= u and JM=CN=v ( see sketch)
    and EN=AP=u and AN=PG= v1
    OP=OA+AP=w+u =OC+CM=OM => O is the midpoint of PM
    AC=AN+NC=v1+v=BD=2.w=> w=1/2(v+v1)
    In trapezoid GPMJ , middle base OB’=1/2(PG+MJ)= ½(v1+v)=OB
    So B coincide to B’ => G, B, J are collinear and B is the midpoint of GJ

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  2. Prolem 1291
    Triangle GAB=triangle AED (AG=AE,AB=AD,<GAB=90+<EAB=<EAD), so GB=ED and <GBA=<EDA.But triangle ECD=triangle JCB (EL=LJ,CD=CB, <ECD=<BCJ=90+<ECB ), so
    BJ=DE and <CBJ=<CDE.Then GB=BJ and <GBJ=<GBA+<ABC+<CBJ=90+<ADE+<EDC=90+90=180. Therefore the points G,B and J are
    collinear.
    APOSTOLIS MANOLOUDIS 4 HIGH SCHOOL KORYDALLOS PIRAEUS GREECE

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