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math&ing001
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Have you seen the Intercept theorem at school ?
TTP
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no.
math&ing001
  • math&ing001
Well, it basically says that: In triangle ABC, let M be a point in AB and N a point in AC. If MN is parallel to BC then : \[\frac{ AM }{ AB }=\frac{ AN }{ AC }=\frac{ MN }{ BC }\] You can use here in triangle AHC.

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So what do i do?
math&ing001
  • math&ing001
What does D represent in segment AC ?
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side? angle?
math&ing001
  • math&ing001
No, I mean the point D.
math&ing001
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I hope you get this when you're back: D is the midpoint of AC and G is the midpoint of AH, hence according to the Intercept theorem (or Thales) \[\frac{ AG }{ AH }=\frac{ AD }{ AC }=\frac{ GD }{ HC }= \frac{ 1 }{ 2 }\] Meaning GD is half the length of HC.

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