Geometry Problem

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Problem 521 Triangle, Squares, Altitude, Rectangles, Areas

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Complete Problem 521

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Geometry Problem

Click the figure below to see the complete problem 521 about Triangle, Squares, Altitude, Rectangles, Areas.

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Complete Problem 521

Level: High School, SAT Prep, College geometry

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We have Angle AHB=angle AMB =90 and quadrilateral ABMH is cyclic

ReplyDeleteCMB and CHA are 2 secants from point C to circle ABMH

So CM.CB=CH.CA

But CM.CB=S2’ and CH.CA=S2 and S2=S2’

Similarly we also have S1=S1’ and S3=S3’

Peter Tran

ABH = ACP => ▲ABH ~ ▲ACP => AB/AC = AH/AP =>

ReplyDeleteAB∙AP = AC∙AH