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Thanks a lot for your help! I really appreciate it!

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1. In right triangle

, we have and is the midpoint of . If and , then what is ?2. If

is an acute angle such that , then find .I have been working on these problems for quite a while. Please help! Thank you!

Can you please also help me with this problem too?

Segment

has endpoints at and . Segment is obtained by translating by units to the right and units down. Find the midpoint of segment . Express your answer as with and integers.Yes! Thanks so much for your help!

That answer is not correct. The method looked right though.

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Quadrilateral

has vertices with coordinates and . When the figure is rotated clockwise around point and then reflected across the line , what are the coordinates of the final image of point ? Express your answer as an ordered pair.I am stuck and don't know where to begin. Please help!

Thanks,

DarkTangent

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A square and a circle intersect so that each side of the square contains a chord of the circle equal in length to the radius of the circle. What is the ratio of the area of the square to the area of the circle? Express your answer as a common fraction in terms of

Can someone please help me? I can't seem to get it.

Thanks,

DarkTangent

EDIT: nvm I got it

zetafunc wrote:

Hi DarkTangent,

I have fixed your LaTeX -- on this forum, you can type LaTeX inside [math] tags rather than dollar signs.

You can find some useful information

here.

Thanks! That helped a lot.

bob bundy wrote:

hi DarkTangent

I find it best to get a really good diagram first. I use some software called Sketchpad but you can also use geogebra which is free.

http://i.imgur.com/QVbD1by.gif

In the first question you can write an equation for DA in terms of ED, and then CD in terms of ED. Add and re-arrange to get ED.

In the second you should be able to work out YOX. The angle at the edge, YZX, is half this using angle properties of a circle.

Bob

On it!

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Triangle has a right angle at , , and . Find the radius of the incircle of .Circle is the incircle of and is also the circumcircle of . The point is on , the point is on , and the point is on . If , , and , what is the measure of ?

Hi! I am in geometry and I have been working on these problems for a while. Please help!

MathsIsFun wrote:

DarkTangent it is!

And welcome.

ganesh wrote:

Hi DarkTangent,

Welcome to the forum!

bob bundy wrote:

hi DarkTangent

Welcome to the forum.

Bob

Thanks!

zetafunc wrote:

Welcome to the forum! Feel free to ask us questions as you learn: we're always very happy to help.

Thanks!

I still would like to change my username. I would like it to be DarkTangent please.

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Hi everyone! I am new to this forum and I am currently in Geometry. I am always trying to improve my math skills and learning new things.

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