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### GeomHW2

Course: MATH 305, Fall 2009
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Geometry: F305 Homework 2 Due: Friday, February 8, 2008 For problems 1 and 2, you will need to read parts of Euclid III. Try to read III-1 through III-32. Be sure to pay attention to III-18, III-21, and III-32. 1. Using only propositions I-1 to I-32 an III-1 to III-32 prove the following. Suppose two tangents to a circle meet at a point C, and let A and B be the points of tangency. en AC = BC. C A B 2. only...

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Geometry: F305 Homework 2 Due: Friday, February 8, 2008 For problems 1 and 2, you will need to read parts of Euclid III. Try to read III-1 through III-32. Be sure to pay attention to III-18, III-21, and III-32. 1. Using only propositions I-1 to I-32 an III-1 to III-32 prove the following. Suppose two tangents to a circle meet at a point C, and let A and B be the points of tangency. en AC = BC. C A B 2. only Using propositions I-1 to I-32 an III-1 to III-32 prove the following. Suppose two circles meet at point A and that two lines are drawn through A meeting one circle at B and C and meeting the other at D and E. Prove that the lines DE and...

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