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juef

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Hi all,

I'm having a hard time proving something. Let's say you have a triangle with a 90° angle. How can I prove that the length of the segment between the middle of the hypotenuse and the 90° angle is half the length of the hypotenuse itself?

Here's a little pic to help you...

Thanks a lot, and sorry for my pityful english! :)

john

I'm having a hard time proving something. Let's say you have a triangle with a 90° angle. How can I prove that the length of the segment between the middle of the hypotenuse and the 90° angle is half the length of the hypotenuse itself?

Here's a little pic to help you...

Thanks a lot, and sorry for my pityful english! :)

john