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 Let ABC be a triangle with AB = 13, BC = 14, and AC = 15. The incircle

of ABC touches AB and AC at points D and E, respectively. The triangle’s
A−excircle (tangent to segment BC and the extended rays AB and AC, outside of
the triangle) touches BC at P. Find [ADE]/[BDP]

 Jul 10, 2021
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 Let ABC be a triangle with AB = 13, BC = 14, and AC = 15. The incircle

of ABC touches AB and AC at points D and E, respectively. The triangle’s
A−excircle (tangent to segment BC and the extended rays AB and AC, outside of
the triangle) touches BC at P. Find [ADE]/[BDP].

 Jul 11, 2021
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[ADE] ≈ 21.108

 

[BDP] ≈ 22.154

civonamzuk  Jul 12, 2021
edited by civonamzuk  Jul 13, 2021
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Thanks for explaining CV

I wish there was a way we could do this easily without adding the questions to our watch list.

 

Sometimes I take a pic of the question with Gyazo (which i use for all my pictures)

The metadata is added automatically so I can hyperlink back to the question later on.

Melody  Jul 12, 2021

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