\(A\) and \(B\) are fixed points. Determine the locus of point \(I\) as \(D\) moves on the perpendicular from \(A\) to the segment \(AB\).

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TopNewestAre the points C and E also fixed???? Because, if they are, then how do you determine the position of G??? And is H the midpoint of DG???

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\(C\), \(E\) and \(H\) are respectively the midpoints of \(AB\), \(AC\), \(DG\).

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Okay.....but how do we define G???

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