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Trisected Triangle (Posted on 2006-02-03) Difficulty: 3 of 5
A right triangle PQR, has its hypotenuse, PR, trisected at points A and B. Two lines, QA and QB are then drawn and k is such that QA^2 + QB^2 = (PR^2) * k. Find the value of k.

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AnswerK Sengupta2008-11-17 01:42:15
Solutioneasy solutionalex2006-03-14 19:49:16
No Subjectphi2006-03-09 05:22:58
SolutionNo Subjectakash2006-02-06 11:41:06
SolutionA much easier way to solve this problemJohn Reid2006-02-04 22:47:12
re(4): SolutionJustin2006-02-03 22:20:33
re(3): SolutionRichard2006-02-03 22:15:48
re(2): SolutionJustin2006-02-03 20:22:31
re: SolutionRichard2006-02-03 18:55:52
SolutionSimplify by Going ComplexRichard2006-02-03 17:45:59
SolutionJustin2006-02-03 17:20:02
Possible spoilerHarryHotspur2006-02-03 17:14:57
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