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sreesuja 
Posted  02/26/2013 : 10:26:10 PQ is diameter . Show that QC & AP bisect C & A 
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the_hill1962 
Posted  02/28/2013 : 15:29:02 On the figure that I drew, QC & AD did NOT bisect C If you could upload a scan of your problem to photobucket or some other place that would give it a URL, you can put the image in your post by typing the URL between [ img ] and [ /img ]. Like this: [ img ]url[ /img ] Don't put the space between [_i and g_]. I just did to keep this forum from thinking I am trying to post an image. See the example that I posted previously.
quote: Originally posted by sreesuja
Text THE FIGURE WHICH YOU'V DREW IS ABSOLUTELY THE SAME. THE QUESTION WAS......... PQ IS THE DIAMETER . SHOW THAT QC & AD BISECT C &A

sreesuja 
Posted  02/27/2013 : 23:19:25 Text THE FIGURE WHICH YOU'V DREW IS ABSOLUTELY THE SAME. THE QUESTION WAS......... PQ IS THE DIAMETER . SHOW THAT QC & AD BISECT C &A 
the_hill1962 
Posted  02/27/2013 : 15:27:42 I drew a cyclic quadrilateral ABCD and diameter PQ (with P on the arc BC and Q on the arc AD) and see the QC does NOT bisect angle C nor does AP bisect angle A. There must be additional given information or markings on the given figure that would preclude the way I drew the figure. If you have a site where you could upload a scanned image of your problem, you can type the URL between "" Example: Bye typing the following [img#http://www.mathgoodies.com/images/mg_forumlogo_v1.gif[/img# but instead of the "#", put "]", I have put the image of the mg_forumlogo_v1.gif stored at mathgoodies.com/images below

sreesuja 
Posted  02/27/2013 : 05:33:48 Q IS IN BETWEEN AD & P IS IN BETWEEN BC.BOTH ABCD AND CQAP ARE TOW CYCLIC QUADRILATERAL.PQ IS THE DIAMETER. 
sreesuja 
Posted  02/26/2013 : 23:19:46 YES THERE IS A DIAGRAM AS FOLLOWS: ABCD IS A CYCLIC QUADRILATERAL.WHERE PQ IS THE DIAMETER. SHOW THAT QC AND AP BISECT C & AND A. 
the_hill1962 
Posted  02/26/2013 : 12:45:18 Is there a diagram that goes along with this problem? It could be drawn many different ways. Where, exactly, are the points C and A? 