Miguel Ochoa's van Schooten Is a Slanted Viviani:
An Ultimate Generalization
What Might This Be About?
In $\Delta ABC,$ circle $(O)$ through $A$ and cuts $BC$ in $D_1$ and $D_2$ and sides $AB$ and $AC$ in $E$ and $F,$ respectively.
Prove that $D_1E + D_1F = AD_2$ and $D_2E + D_2F=AD_1.$
Gobbalipur Jayanth has shown that his previous proof extends to the case where the given circle is not required to be tangent to the base $BC.$ His proof easily handles the more general case. However, as was observed by Grégoire Nicollier, both follow from the slanted Viviani theorem. Above, we have adopted Grégoire's approach.
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