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Geometry Problem 1177: Triangle, Two Angle Bisectors, Metric Relations. Level: High School, College, Mathematics Education

In a triangle ABC, AD and CE are the internal bisectors of angles A and C, respectively. If BD = x, BE = y, DC = d, and AE = e, prove that  x2e + xde = y2d + yde




 

Infographic Geometry Problem 1177: Triangle, Two Angle Bisectors, Metric Relations

 

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Last updated: Jan 13, 2016 by Antonio Gutierrez

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