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Quadrilateral problem
It seems to be the case that if ABCD is a quadrilateral, , and , then the angle bisectors of and intersect on . Can someone prove or disprove this?
(Note: I reposted this since I left out an important
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Geometry problem that I can't quite figure out
It seems to be the case that if and , then the angle bisectors of and intersect on . Can someone prove or disprove this?
Edit: I forgot to mention that ABCD must be a quadrilateral.
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What is the largest integer less than 2018 that cannot be written as a sum of two or more consecutive integers?
What is the largest integer less than 2018 that cannot be written as a sum of two or more consecutive integers?
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Geometry Problem
Point D lies on side AC of equilateral triangle ABC such that the measure of angle DBC is 45 degrees. What is the ratio of the area of triangle ADB to the area of triangle CDB? Express your answer as a common fraction in simplest radical form.
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