1.
+
=
GFH being an isosceles triangle GF= FH
So 2*
=
2*
= 294
= 147
FG = 12.1243
2.
Consider the right angled triangles CAB and FCB . These two
triangles are similar because one side is common and one
angle is right angled.
So
=
= AB*CF
= 15 CF
CF = 3
3.
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