<![CDATA[Angles with Specific Conditions]]>
https://help.geogebra.org/topic/angles-with-specific-conditions
Sun, 11 Apr 2021 21:59:56 +0000Sun, 11 Apr 2021 08:50:44 +0000Zend_Feed<![CDATA[Attached is an example. The point P can be moved along the segment AC, the point Q on the line through A and C is placed automatically. (Of course Q might land on the outside of the triangle if the ∠PBA + ∠ACB happens to be greater than ∠CBA.)]]>
https://help.geogebra.org/topic/angles-with-specific-conditions#comment-302936
Sun, 11 Apr 2021 14:31:14 +0000<![CDATA[Para cada Q hay todo un lugar geométrico para P creo que la pregunta tienen tanta libertad que la respuesta no es nada útil salvo que los posibles P están situados simétricamente respecto la recta BA]]>
https://help.geogebra.org/topic/angles-with-specific-conditions#comment-302972
Sun, 11 Apr 2021 18:49:35 +0000<![CDATA[@mathmagic Did you overlook that P and Q are supposed to be on the segment (or line?) AC? It's true that the question is somewhat ambiguous but not as much as you thought. I one of the points P or Q is fixed, then the other is uniquely determined. If the plan was to allow moving P freely, then the solution is as simple as I provided. (Similarly, if Q is freely movable and P is computed.) Of course, there might be an unmentioned additional condition (for example symmetry on AC, i.e., |AP|=|CQ|), in which case the solution would have to be more sophisticated. So let's see what omairsiddiquer actually wants.]]>
https://help.geogebra.org/topic/angles-with-specific-conditions#comment-302976
Sun, 11 Apr 2021 20:46:33 +0000<![CDATA[verdad mi ingles es escaso y lo leí superficialmente]]>
https://help.geogebra.org/topic/angles-with-specific-conditions#comment-302982
Sun, 11 Apr 2021 21:59:56 +0000