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Need a posting that we can understand.

Do you want me to draw it ?

yep

Okay, I'll try.

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Should be a right angle at T ??

Separate the triangles and draw them all in similar position.

yes @ directrix

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Triangle PQR ~ Triangle QTR ~ Triangle PTQ

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Directrix is correct.

@ Mert --> Right angle at T on drawing or the theorem is not valid.

Wait, can you just PLEASE tell me if what I did is correct or wrong ?

I think

I know, I need them to be separate.. like what I did..

*similar (not congruent!)

So, apparently, \( \angle TQR = \angle TPQ \) hence the correspondence

there are only 3 angles: 90, A, and (90-A), so it is easy to show similarity of triangles

Name the three similar triangles. means write down
triangle PQR, triangle QTR, triangle PTQ

Aooh! So, what I did is correct?! :D

you name a triangle by listing its vertices.

really? -.-
what is triangle PQT similar to?

what is triangle PQT similar to?
triangle PRQ and triangle QTR

Why not PRQ with QRT ?

or same thing?

*write -> right i.e. correctly

Labeling the angles helps. but you are right, it can get confusing

Oh yeah!!
i remembered something just don't know if it's right or wrong..

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sorry, the computer just froze! I was saying that these two angles are always congruent?