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5 circles in a square part 1 (Posted on 2019-08-28) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Given square ABCD with E on AB, F on BC, G on CD, H on DA, AE=BF=CG=DH. Segments AF, BG, CH, CE dissect the square into 4 triangles, 4 trapezoids and a central square.

If circles can be inscribed in the trapezoids which have the same radius as the inscribed circle of the central square, find AE/AB.

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SolutionSolutionBrian Smith2019-08-31 23:42:19
methodology... so close!Steven Lord2019-08-30 15:56:00
Thanks!Steven Lord2019-08-29 12:53:59
Some Thoughtsre: q. and possible soln - corrections and clarificationsJer2019-08-28 21:17:17
q. and possible solnSteven Lord2019-08-28 14:57:53
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