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ABC is an acute angle triangle. AD is the angle bisector of \(\angle A\). BD is perpendicular to AC. Prove that \(\theta < 45\)

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1 year ago

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Please avoid letting your notation do double duty. As Yatin stated, your figure has 2 D's. Changing one of them to E will make it much easier to reference the diagram.

Calvin Lin Staff - 1 year ago

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Yeah I drew that in a hurry. That's why.

Vicky Vignesh - 1 year ago

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Did you mean that BD is perpendicular to AC? Oh, wait. Your figure has 2 D's?

Yatin Khanna - 1 year ago

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yeah. BD perpendicular to AC

Vicky Vignesh - 1 year ago

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