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Congruent Incircles (Posted on 2017-01-01) Difficulty: 4 of 5
Let ABC be a 3-4-5 triangle with right angle C. Let D be a point on the hypotenuse. CD then partitions ABC into ACD and BCD.

Where is D located if ACD and BCD have congruent incircles?

No Solution Yet Submitted by Brian Smith    
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re: Solution by construction | Comment 5 of 6 |
(In reply to Solution by construction by broll)

Very cool solution!  Deriving CD through construction is something I would not have thought to try!
  Posted by Brian Smith on 2017-01-01 19:04:14

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