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Online Math: Geometry Problem 1037: Triangle, Three equal Incircles, Tangent lines, Inradius, Length. Level: School, College.

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The figure below shows a triangle ABC where A1, B1, and C1 are on BC, AC, and AB, respectively, so that the inradii of triangles AB1C1, BA1C1, and CA1B1 are equal to d. If r is the inradius of triangle ABC and r1 is the inradius of triangle A1B1C1, prove that r1 = r - d.
 

Geometry Problem 1037: Triangle, Three equal Incircles, Tangent lines, Inradius, Length

 


 

 

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