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We know that hypotenuse o B == 5 because 0 B is a radius of the circle. Also, M B == 3, and hence by the Pythagorean theorem, we see that 0 M == 4. The answer to the problem, therefore, is that the art lover should stand 4 feet from the wall. • Solution. 20, perhaps this is a good place to digress to give an elegant noncomputational proof. I F CIRCLES AND ARCS 29 THEOREM (Pythagoras). Ifa right triangle has arms of lengths a and b and its hypotenuse has length c, then a 2 + b2 == c2 . 29. On the left, we see our given triangle.
HINT: Let U and V be the points where bisector Q Y meets secants P D and PC, respectively. Show that � P U V is isosceles by proving that L P U V = L P V U . 24. Show that if point P is external to a circle and tangent P T and secant P AB are drawn where T, A, and B lie on the circle, then L T PA =o i1 (B T - AT). 36, segment P Q is a chord common to two circles and it bisects L R P T, where R and T lie on the circles, as shown. Each of the chords P R and P T is cut by the other circle at points S and U.
This proof, furthermore, works independently of whether or not the altitudes lie inside the triangle. We remark also that the converse is true: If we are given that altitudes B Y and CZ are equal, it follows from the fonnula B Y ·AC == CZ·AB that AB == AC. ) We can get some additional infonnation about areas of triangles by using a little elementary trigonometry. 2 1 , we have followed custom and used the symbols a , b, and e to denote the lengths of the sides of f::,. A BC opposite vertices A, B, and C, respectively.