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Sorry. I do not understand your question.
That property is still true even if the center of the circle has been moved out after the point D to point G?
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Good bye Bob.
If you are using Kig, you got an option of "intersection" that will draw the point of intersection. It is easier and error free.
It is quite late for me in the UK. And I need some sleep. Too much Olympic excitement!
Exactly. Are similar to the original triangle, that's what I say.
I did it in Kig (Interactive Geometry) and always works.
I've just looked at the recent posts.
Yes. I am placing the points with the mouse and 'hand shake' causes small inaccuracies.
AF = 6.30