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Online Math: Geometry Problem 1048: Circles, Tangent, Perpendicular, Diameter, Angel Bisector, Polya's Mind Map. Level: School, College.

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The figure below shows the circles of diameters AB, BC, and AC of centers O1, O2, and O3, respectively (B is on AC). DE is perpendicular to AC at B. If the chord FH is tangent to circles O1 and O2, prove that DE is the bisector of angle FDH.

  

Geometry Problem 1048: Circles, Tangent, Perpendicular, Diameter, Angel Bisector

 
 


 

 

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