Hardest geometry question in history answered by student trivially............ How? (1 Viewer)

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u going to try? lol.

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Suppose that PQR is a 50-60-70 (respectively) triangle with an interior point X. Let angle PXR = s and angle QXR = t.
Find (in terms of s and t) the three angles of any triangle with side lengths equal to PX, QX and RX.
 

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Must the angles be expressed only in terms of and ?

The best I could do is





where is the side length of the equilateral triangle and are the angles of the newly formed triangle.

(Hopefully that's correct...)
interested in seeing how you got here.
 

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