2022 AIME II Problems/Problem 11
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Solution 1
According to the problem, we have , , , , and
Because is the midpoint of , we have , so:
Then, we can see that is an isosceles triangle with
Therefore, we could start our angle chasing: .
This is when we found that points , , , and are on a circle. Thus, . This is the time we found that .
Thus,
Point is the midpoint of , and . .
The area of this quadrilateral is the sum of areas of triangles:
Finally, the square of the area is
~DSAERF-CALMIT (https://binaryphi.site)
Solution 2
Denote by the midpoint of segment . Let points and be on segment , such that and .
Denote , , , .
Denote . Because is the midpoint of , .
Because is the angle bisector of and , . Hence, and . Hence, .
Because is the angle bisector of and , . Hence, and . Hence, .
Because is the midpoint of segment , . Because and , .
Thus, .
Thus,
In , . In addition, . Thus,
Taking , we get . Taking , we get .
Therefore, .
Hence, and . Thus, and .
In , by applying the law of cosines, . Hence, . Hence, .
Therefore,
Therefore, the square of is .
~Steven Chen (www.professorchenedu.com)
Solution 3 (Visual)
Claim
In the triangle is the midpoint of is the point of intersection of the circumcircle and the bisector of angle Then
Proof
Let Then
Let be the intersection point of the perpendicular dropped from to with the circle.
Then the sum of arcs
Let be the point of intersection of the line with the circle. is perpendicular to the sum of arcs coincides with
The inscribed angles is symmetric to with respect to
Solution
Let and on
Then
Quadrilateral is cyclic. Let Then
Circle centered at is its diameter, since they both complete to
since they are the exterior angles of an isosceles by two angles.
The height dropped from to is
The areas of triangles and are equal to area of is
The area of is
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