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Circle in hypotenuse (Posted on 2003-11-14) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Prove that if you draw a right triangle and then draw a circle with its center on the hypotenuse's midpoint such that it intersects at least 1 vertex, it will in fact intersect all three.

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Solutiona different method?tomarken2006-03-02 12:39:54
Solutionsemi-circle theoremshawn2004-02-24 11:27:41
Solutionsemi-circle theoremshawn2004-02-24 11:26:10
SolutionSolutionjoel2004-01-02 23:02:22
Theorem - Drewbrianjn2003-11-26 23:51:46
?????drew2003-11-22 14:48:10
Solution without Analytic Geometrynp_rt2003-11-19 13:08:47
re: solutionRoger2003-11-16 08:12:52
Some Thoughtsre(2): solutionEric2003-11-16 01:23:03
re: solutionDan2003-11-14 19:27:26
Solutionanother wayCharlie2003-11-14 15:55:04
re: solutionSilverKnight2003-11-14 15:42:08
SolutionsolutionSilverKnight2003-11-14 15:24:11
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