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Knowledge General Questions from Old Exams Set III. General knowledge questions. (5 points each.) From April 2007. III.1. A circle with diameter AP intersects a circle with diameter BP at P and a second point Q. Prove that Q always lies on the line AB. III.2. Outline, with the help of rough sketches, the steps involved in constructing a segment whose length is 4(5 &quot; 2 3 , when given a of segment length 1....

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Knowledge General Questions from Old Exams Set III. General knowledge questions. (5 points each.) From April 2007. III.1. A circle with diameter AP intersects a circle with diameter BP at P and a second point Q. Prove that Q always lies on the line AB. III.2. Outline, with the help of rough sketches, the steps involved in constructing a segment whose length is 4(5 " 2 3 , when given a of segment length 1. From April 2002. 5. Use Ceva's Theorem to prove that the three lines that join a vertex of a ! triangle to the point of tangency where the incircle touches the opposite side all pass through a point. 6. Prove that ...

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