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Geometry Problem. Post your solution in the comment box below.Level: Mathematics Education, High School, Honors Geometry, College.Details: Click on the figure below.
Draw C`B` tg to O at F` and // to DE. Join F to H and extend at A` (AE extended)Draw A`A´` (A`` at AD extended) perpendicular to AO extended, join C` to midpoint of A`A`` Like P1315 => result
Join F to H need to be Join F` to H
To c.t.e.oSee below for the sketch per your solution as above.https://goo.gl/photos/ugcUvNraGe6JuUgH7Suppose that the result of Pr1315 is correct. I don't see how the result of Pr1315 help to prove that DG+HE= GH . please explainPeter Tran
If you complete drawings, join C`, B` to M and C`, B` to midpoint of A`A``Triangles formed by B`C` and points M and midpoint of A`A`` are isoceles sosegment parts on DE are equalAbout point T of P1315If T move counterclockwise, C move right up, and A move left down , so G move towards M and N towards E so DG get bigger so and MN at the same lengthSo DG, MN are dependent from T