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## Thursday, March 26, 2020

### Geometry Problem 1466: Tangential Quadrilateral, Newton Line, Incenter, Midpoint, Diagonal, Collinear Points

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From midpoint of BC draw a line through O to AD, the same from midpoint of CD

ReplyDeleteTwo lines meet AD and AB to their midpoints (use tangent segments, equal right triangles). According to P1462 (M4) is point O (complete the figure if necessary). So M, O, N are collinear

Join EH,EF,FG and GH, let their midpoints be A',B',C' and D' respectively.

ReplyDeleteWe have OA.OA'=OB.OB'=OC.OC'=OD.OD'=r^2. Hence Quad. A'ACC' and Quad.B'BDD' are cyclic. Tr.OAC is similar to Tr.OC'A', since OM is median for triangle OAC, it is symmedian of Tr.OC'A' and similary ON is symmedian for Tr.OB'D'.

Let A'C' and B'D' meet at point P, then P is mid point of A'C' and B'D'.

OP is median for both Tr.OA'C' and OB'D'. Let Angle POC'=x and Angle POD'=y

Then Angle C'OD'= x+y=180-Angle FGH

We get x+y+G=180

Since OM and ON are symmedians, we have Angle MOA'=x and Angle NOB'=y.

Angle A'OB'=180-E=G .

Angle MON = x+y+G=180, hence M,O and N are collinear.