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Edge problem (Posted on 2016-05-31) Difficulty: 3 of 5
A circular table stands in a corner, touching both walls.
A certain point on the table’s edge is 90 cm from one wall and 80 cm
from the other.

Find the diameter of the table.

Adapted from Nonroutine Problems in Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry, 1965, by Steven Jerome Bryant et al.

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Solutionsolution after a false assumptionCharlie2016-05-31 16:07:57
Solutionsolution and alternateJer2016-05-31 13:22:04
solutionDaniel2016-05-31 12:34:17
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