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Triangles and Squares (Posted on 2009-06-17) Difficulty: 3 of 5

For the arbitrary triangle ABC in the figure below, prove that:

   1) The yellow area is three times the cyan area.

   2) The magenta area is five times the red area.
Note: The yellow and cyan areas are squares.



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SolutionSolutionBrian Smith2009-06-19 11:41:03
Some ThoughtsTrapezoids?Brian Smith2009-06-17 19:07:06
re: yellow/cyan proofJer2009-06-17 14:23:39
yellow/cyan proofDaniel2009-06-17 13:07:25
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