**(1)**lines $PB$ and $PD$ are tangent to the circle,

**(2)**$P, A, C$ are collinear and

**(3)**$DE$ is parallel to $AC$.

Prove that:

**$BE$ bisects $AC$**

- Tue Apr 17, 2018 10:17 am
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Points $A, B, C, D, E$ lie on a circle and a point $P$ lie outside the circle. The given points such that **(1)** lines $PB$ and $PD$ are tangent to the circle, **(2)** $P, A, C$ are collinear and **(3)** $DE$ is parallel to $AC$.

Prove that:**$BE$ bisects $AC$**

Prove that:

- Thu Apr 05, 2018 4:56 pm
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$(24log_a2)=a^{128}+128$ $\Rightarrow log_a(log_a2^{24})=a^{128}+128$ $\Rightarrow log_a2^{24}=a^{a^{128}+128}$ [According to the basis of logarithm] $\Rightarrow 2^{24}=a^{a^{a^{128}+128}}$ $\Rightarrow a^{a^{128}.a^{a^{128}}}=2^{24}$ $\Rightarrow y^y=2^{24}$ [Setting $a^{a^{128}}=y$] $\Rightarrow...

- Thu Apr 05, 2018 4:50 pm
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Let $a>1$ and $x>1$ satisfy $log_a(log_a(log_a2)+log_a24-128)=128$ and $log_a(log_ax)=256$.

Find the remainder when $x$ is divided by $1000$

Find the remainder when $x$ is divided by $1000$

- Mon Mar 12, 2018 10:30 am
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Capture.PNG Let $AC$ and $BD$ meets at $E$. $AD=a,BC=b$ where, $a<b$. Easy to prove: $\angle CAD=\angle ABE, \angle DBC=\angle BAE$ We know, $\angle BAD=\angle BAE+ \angle CAD=90^{\circ}$ $\Rightarrow \angle BAE+\angle ABE=90^{\circ}$ Again, $\angle ABE+\angle ADB=90^{\circ}$ So, $\angle BAE=\angle...

- Sat Mar 10, 2018 12:13 am
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$21$ I got.

- Wed Mar 07, 2018 10:17 am
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Told you before, if $20$ pictures can share more than two common color and not all of them share the same color, the answer is $2$.

**[100% sure] **

- Wed Mar 07, 2018 10:07 am
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You proved $BX=OB+OM$, not $AB=OB+OM$Durjoy Sarkar wrote: ↑Mon Mar 05, 2018 10:06 pmradius of two big circle are same. let X be the point where little circle is tangent.

it is well known the center of little circle, tangent point are lies on $OB$.

$MO=OX$

$BX= BO+OX=BO+MO $

- Mon Mar 05, 2018 11:43 pm
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Again a question. How can we say that **$A$-centered circle** will go through $B$?

- Mon Mar 05, 2018 10:34 pm
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Sorry for Interrupt. My answer was same of #Nahin but this solution is new to me.

How can we find the**radius** of two circles **same**?

How can we find the

- Mon Mar 05, 2018 8:50 pm
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How to say that, $OM+OB=AB$?