# Area + Thales' theorem - practice problems

#### Number of problems found: 6

- Lunes of Hippocrates

Calculate the sum of the contents of the so-called Hippocratic lunas, which were cut above the legs of a right triangle (a = 6cm, b = 8cm). Instructions: first calculate the area of the semicircles above all sides of the ABC triangle. Compare the sum of t - Touch circle

Point A has a distance IA, kl = 10 cm from a circle k with radius r = 4 cm and center S. Calculate: a) the distance of point A from the point of contact T if the tangent to the circle is drawn from point A b) the distance of the contact point T from the l - Diagonals at right angle

In the trapezoid ABCD, this is given: AB=12cm CD=4cm And diagonals crossed under a right angle. What is the area of this trapezoid ABCD? - Same area

There is a given triangle. Construct a square of the same area. - Hypotenuse - RT

A triangle has a hypotenuse of 55 and an altitude to the hypotenuse of 33. What is the area of the triangle? - Rectangle

In a rectangle with sides, 8 and 9 mark the diagonal. What is the probability that a randomly selected point within the rectangle is closer to the diagonal than to any side of the rectangle?

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