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3 INCIRCLES (Posted on 2014-01-25) Difficulty: 4 of 5
In ΔABC, AB = BC. If one chooses D on side AB and J on CD such that AJ ⊥ CD and the incircles of ΔACJ, ΔADJ, and ΔBCD all have radius r, then r = AJ/4.

Prove this using (i)Geometry (ii)Trignometry

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