Euclidean Geometry 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I'm not looking for any answer, I'm just having a hard time understanding what these two questions are asking for: 1. Prove that the external bisector of an angle of a triangle (not isosceles) divides the opposite side (externally) into two segments proportional to the sides of the triangle adjacent to the angle. 2. Prove that two vertices of a triangle and the feet of the altitudes to the sides adjacent to the third vertex can be inscribed in a circle. (The feet are the points of intersection of the altitude with the opposite sides of the triangle). If someone would help me with a picture or something that would be ideal. Thank you kindly, Kenton.