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Problem 523: Tangent Circles, Diameter Perpendicular, Collinearity. Level: High School, SAT Prep, College geometry

The figure shows circles C1 and C2, tangent at C. Diameter DE extended and FG are perpendicular. If FG is tangent to C2, at G. Prove that the points D, C, and G are collinear. Post a comment or solution.

Tangent Circles, Diameter, Perpendicular, Collinear




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