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Concurrent Rays (Posted on 2016-08-20) Difficulty: 4 of 5

  
Let I be the incenter of ΔA0A1A2.

For i = 0, 1, and 2:

   Let Mi be the midpoint of the side opposite vertex Ai.

   Let Si be the reflection of Mi about ray AiI.

Prove that rays A0S0, A1S1, and A2S2, are concurrent.
  

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SolutionPossible solutionHarry2016-08-24 17:03:58
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