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 A circle inscribed in an isosceles triangle 2017-01-14 From Sal:There is a right isosceles triangle. Inscribed inside of it, is the largest possible circle. Ho do you find the value of the radius? I want to find out a way of only using the rules/laws of geometry, or is that not possible.Answered by Penny Nom. A circle inscribed in a right triangle 2014-03-16 From akshaya:A circle with centre O and radius r is inscribed in a right angled triangle ABC. If AB=5 cm, BC=12 cm and < B=90*, then find the value of r.Answered by Penny Nom. A circle inscribed in a triangle 2012-11-28 From Angie:Circle O is inscribed in triangle ABC. Angle A = 50 and angle B = 60. Find arc XY in dgreesAnswered by Penny Nom.

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