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Math Ext 1 - Cyclic Quadrilateral Q (ii)
« on: October 23, 2016, 08:24:15 pm »
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Don't understand part ii of this question. I understand how angleCDA and angleAOC are 2x but don't get how this makes ACDO cyclic.

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Re: Math Ext 1 - Cyclic Quadrilateral Q (ii)
« Reply #1 on: October 23, 2016, 08:27:04 pm »
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Don't understand part ii of this question. I understand how angleCDA and angleAOC are 2x but don't get how this makes ACDO cyclic.

Hey! Looks like you've actually completed the proof; draw a circle around the supposed CQ, and you'll find that, based on your proof, angle subtending the same arc are equal. This will only be true for a CQ, therefore a CQ is what we have!
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Re: Math Ext 1 - Cyclic Quadrilateral Q (ii)
« Reply #2 on: October 23, 2016, 08:28:28 pm »
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Don't understand part ii of this question. I understand how angleCDA and angleAOC are 2x but don't get how this makes ACDO cyclic.



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