1. ## Yet another Triangle!!!

Okay, I have another triangle problem.

I know you guys must be getting tired of me asking these questions.

I try them then I end up getting stuck or cant start them.

Here we go.

Construct triangle given ( side $\displaystyle a$, height $\displaystyle ha$, $\displaystyle alpha$ )

I know there is a inscribed angle theorem and central angle, but i cant figure out how to use $\displaystyle ha$

thanks for all the help everyone.

joe

2. Originally Posted by joesmith13610
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Here we go.

Construct triangle given ( side $\displaystyle a$, height $\displaystyle ha$, $\displaystyle alpha$ )

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1. Construct the side a and, using the angle $\displaystyle \alpha$, construct the circumscribed circle. (see my previous post)

2. The point A is located on the circle line and has a perpendicular distance to a of $\displaystyle h_a$. Perpendicular distances are constructed by parallels (distances are constructed by circles).

3. You'll get 2 triangles. (see attachment)

3. thank you sir.