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An Angle Bisection
Let ABC be a triangle and let A', B', and C' be the contact points of the incircle opposite A, B, and C, respectively. Let H be the foot of the perpendicular to A'C' from B'. Then B'H bisects
AHC.
Contributed by:
Jay Warendorff
After work by:
Antonio Gutierrez
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The statement of the theorem is in
Triangle: Incircle, Perpendicular, Angle Bisector
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Angle Bisector
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Incircle
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Perpendicular
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An Angle Bisection
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http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/AnAngleBisection/
Contributed by:
Jay Warendorff
After work by:
Antonio Gutierrez
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