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Incenter and a half (Posted on 2018-02-03) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Take an isosceles triangle and its inradius r1. Split the triangle by its altitude. The radius of one of these smaller triangles is r2.

If r1/r2=3/2 what is the ratio of base to height in the original triangle?

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my solution (no spoiler) | Comment 1 of 2
3/2
  Posted by armando on 2018-02-03 12:13:05
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