Problem 2. Let O be the circumcircle of a triangle ABC. Let w be the circle tangent to BC, CA,AB at points D,E,F, respectively,
Problem 2. Let O be the circumcircle of a triangle ABC. Let w be the circle tangent to BC, CA,AB at points D,E,F, respectively, such that A and w are on different sides of BC. Prove that if the radiuses of the circumcircle of the triangle ABC and w are equal, then the line OD is perpendicular to the line EF.
X Question 64 B0/1 pt 36 36 Details Score on last try: 0 of 1 pts. See Details for more. Get a similar question You can retry this question below The center of a circle is the point (1, 1). If the point ( – 2, 5) is on the circle and the radius is 761, what is the equation of the circle in the form zº + y2 + ar + by te=0? You only need to put one equation in the answer box. z? + y2 + 41 10y - 32 X 0
Practice x Is Savas Realize X + s://www.savasrealize.com/community/classes/Oacfd6f42779406dadadadd07bc47878/assignments/2ef0eda6b302468f94f833c4f5ce9b4a/content/fe326c16-2926-3b or School: Practice & Problem Solving 8.5.PS-13 Question Help o The circumference of the inner circle is 88 ft. The distance between the inner circle and the outer circle is 4 ft. By how many feet is the circumference of outer circle 22 greater than the circumference of the inner circle? Use 7 40 for it. The circumference of outer circle is about ft greater than the circumference of the inner circle. (Round to the nearest tenth as needed.) Enter your answer in the answer box and then click Check Answer All parts showing Clear All Review progress Question 6 of8 Back Next → ere to search