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Prove that the angle bisectos of a cyclic quadrilateral forms another quadrilateral which is also cyclic.

Asked by 21st February 2013, 10:58 PM
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Answer:
 
ABCD is a cyclic quadrilateral 
?A + ?C = 180 and ?B + ?D = 180 
(?A + ?C)/2 = 90 and (?B + ?D)/2 = 90
x + z = 90 and y + w = 90 
In ?AGD and ?BEC, 
x + y + ?AGD = 180 and z + w + ?BEC = 180 
?AGD = 180 (x+y) and ?BEC = 180 (z+w) 
?AGD + ?BEC = 360 (x+y+z+w) = 360 (90+90) = 360 180 = 180 
?AGD+?BEC = 180 
?FGH+?HEF = 180 
The sum of a pair of opposite angles of a quadrilateral EFGH is 180. 
Hence EFGH is cyclic
Answered by Expert 22nd February 2013, 4:51 PM
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