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Triangle bisector (Posted on 2020-10-18) Difficulty: 3 of 5
In triangle ABC, we have three edges with lengths BC=a, CA=b, AB=c, and 2c>a>b>c. P and Q are two points of the edges of triangle ABC, and the straight line PQ divides the triangle into two parts with the same area. Find the minimum value of the length of the line segment PQ.

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SolutionSolution with assumptions Jer2020-10-20 08:10:51
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