Helping students gain understanding and self-confidence in algebra.
jwroblewski44 wrote:It seems that this forum does not allow me to upload my photo though?
jwroblewski44 wrote:There is an equilateral triangle who's sides are equal to 16cm that has four circles inside it. There is one large circle that is tangent with the triangle on all three sides. Inside each angle of the triangle is a smaller circle, which is tangent to the large circle at one point and tangent to the triangle at two points. The three small circles are congruent to each other and there is a total of four circles inside the triangle.
jwroblewski44 wrote:That's exactly what I was looking for. It's strange to see them using a theory/postulate(?) to solve the solution that I wasn't taught yet.