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Posted on 20200911
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Consider a line that simultaneously bisects the area and the perimeter of a given triangle.
Only two such lines exists for a triangle of side lengths 7,8,9.
Find the acute angle θ between the two lines.
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Danish Ahmed Khan
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The required value of the acute angle theta between the two lines is approximately 85.61 degrees.
**** TOUGH puzzle, but I will try to posit an independent explanation of my own in future.
Edited on
June 20, 2022, 2:06 am
Posted by
K Sengupta
on 20220620 02:05:05
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