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## Monday, August 5, 2019

### Geometry Problem 1443: Triangle Area, Incenter, Circumcenter, 90 Degree, Perpendicular, One-third, Measurement

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Let BI extended meet AC at D and circle O at E

ReplyDelete< EAI = EIA = (A+B)/2 so AE = EI = IB since OI is perpendicular to BE

Further, since < EAD = < ABE = B/2, Tr.s ADE & ABE are similar and so

AD/c = AE/BE = 1/2 so that AD = c/2

But AD = bc/(a+c), hence c/2 = bc/(a+c) from which, a+c= 2b

Now S1 = rb/2 = (S/s)*(b/2) = Sb/(a+b+c) = Sb/(3b) = S/3

Sumith Peiris

Moratuwa

Sri Lanka

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ReplyDeletelet BI meet AC at N and arc AC at D

Let CI meet arc AB at M

We have I is the midpoint of BD

and Triangle DIC is isoceles

Triangle DNC simillar to DCB ( case AA)

so DC^2=DN.DB=2DN.DI=2DN.DC

so DN/DC=DN/DI=1/2 => N is the midpoint of ID

and NI/NB=1/3

Area(AIC)/Area(ABC)= NI/NB= 1/3

Draw BH=h, IM=r, altitudes of tr S and S1: Need to prove r/h=1/3

ReplyDeleteExtend BI to N, T, extend OI to P, join O to T.Easy OBPT rhombus

From OPHS r=((h-R)+(R-r))/2 (N midpoint of SM from P155) =>r/h=1/3

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