Geometry Problem 1305:

Triangle, Circumcircle, Angle Bisector, Arc, Perpendicular, Area

The figure below shows a triangle ABC with the circumcircle of center O. The bisector of the angle A cuts BC at D and the arc BC at E. If DH is perpendicular to AC, prove that the area of the triangle AEH is half the area of the triangle ABC. See also: Art of Problem 1305, Typography using iPad Apps.


Geometry Problem 1305 Triangle, Circumcircle, Angle Bisector, Arc, Perpendicular, Area
 

Geometry Problems
1301-1310
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Triangle
Circle
Circumcircle
Angle Bisector
Perpendicular lines
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