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27 March 2016, Created with GeoGebra
A Pleasant Fact
Assume $B'C=BC\;$ and that all the curves that appear in the diagrams below are semicircles.
Then in each diagram the areas of different colors are equal.
The proof is left as an exercise.
I am grateful to Teo López Puccio from Argentina for sharing his observation of this configuration related to the famous arbelos.
- Arbelos - the Shoemaker's Knife
- 7 = 2 + 5 Sangaku
- Another Pair of Twins in Arbelos
- Archimedes' Quadruplets
- Archimedes' Twin Circles and a Brother
- Book of Lemmas: Proposition 5
- Book of Lemmas: Proposition 6
- Chain of Inscribed Circles
- Concurrency in Arbelos
- Concyclic Points in Arbelos
- Ellipse in Arbelos
- Gothic Arc
- Pappus Sangaku
- Rectangle in Arbelos
- Squares in Arbelos
- The Area of Arbelos
- Twin Segments in Arbelos
- Two Arbelos, Two Chains
- A Newly Born Pair of Siblings to Archimedes' Twins
- Concurrence in Arbelos
- Arbelos' Morsels