Given: Isosceles triangle ABC with segment AB congruent to segment AC, and line CD is perpendicular to AB. Prove: Segment BC multiplied by segment BC is equal to two times Segment AB multiplied by Segment BD.
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Hello sologuitar Originally Posted by sologuitar Given: Isosceles triangle ABC with segment AB congruent to segment AC, and line CD is perpendicular to AB. Prove: Segment BC multiplied by segment BC is equal to two times Segment AB multiplied by Segment BD. Using Pythagoras' Theorem on : , since (given) ... (1) And using Pythagoras' Theorem on : , from (1) Grandad
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