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## Monday, April 10, 2017

### Geometry Problem 1329: Two Squares Side by Side, Parallel, Perpendicular, 90 Degrees, Congruence

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Problem 1329

ReplyDeleteIs CM//EG then ECMG=parallelogram.So CE=MG.But <EHC=<CEH=45=<EGM then

HC=CE=MG so HCMG is isosceles trapezoid (cyclic) or HM=CG.But the AHCG is isosceles

Trapezoid (cyclic) and so the points A,H,C,M and G are concyclic.Now <HAM=<HGM=45

or arc AH=arc HM or AH=HM and <AHM=<AGM=90.

APOSTOLIS MANOLOUDIS 4 HIGH SHCOOL OF KORYDALLOS PIRAEUS GREECE

Problem 1329 Solution 2

ReplyDeleteSuppose that the BC intersects GM in point N then NG=NH=AB (<GHN=45=<HGN=<MCN)

and CN=NM=DG=BH(AG=BN or AD+DG=BH+HN or DG=BH).Istriangle ABH=triangle HNM

so AH=HM and <BAH=<MHN but <BAH+<BHA=90 or <BHA+<MHN=90.Therefore

<AHM=90.

APOSTOLIS MANOLOUDIS 4 HIGH SHCOOL OF KORYDALLOS PIRAEUS GREECE

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ReplyDeleteBC meet FG at N

Observe that HCE and CNM are 45-45-90 triangles

So HB=ED=CN=DG

Triangles ABH and HNM are congruent => AH=HM and angle AHM= 90

Since HCE is right-angled isosceles, => BH=ED

ReplyDeleteAlso CM||EG => MG=CE => HCMG is an isosceles trepezoid

Join CG and let m(GCD)=x => m(GCM) = 45-x = m(GHM) -----------(1)

Drop a perpendicular from H to meet AG at P and since HPG is isosceles triangle => m(PHG) = 45 --------(2)

Also the triangles ABH and CDG are congruent (SAS) => m(BHA) = 90-x => m(AHP) = x -------------(3)

Therefore m(AHM) = m(AHP)+m(PHG)+m(GHM) = 90

Since m(AGM) = m(AHM) = 90 => AHMG are concyclic

Join AM and since m(MGH) = 45 => m(MAH) = 45 and the triangle AHM is right-angled isosceles => AH=HM