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Math: Geometry Problem 1004: Triangle with Squares, Perpendicular Bisectors, Concurrent Lines. Level: School, College.

The figure below shows a triangle ABC with squares ABC1C2, BCA1A2, and ACB2B1. Prove that the perpendicular bisectors of B1C2, A2C1, and A1B2 are concurrent at O.
 

Geometry Problem 1004: Triangle with Squares, Perpendicular Bisectors, Concurrent Lines

 

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