Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon discuss President Donald Trump's comments about race after the 2019 Oscars. Be nice if Spike Lee could read his notes, or better yet not have to use notes at all, when doing his racist hit on your President, who has done more for African Americans (Criminal Justice Reform, Lowest Unemployment numbers in History, Tax Cuts,etc.) than almost any other Pres! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 25, 2019 The left loves to hate on Trump, calling him a racist and what not. I know Trump can be juvenile sometimes – certainly – but the racist and hateful name-calling is just what it is, garbage.
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Cho tam giác ABC vuông tại A có AB < AC. Vẽ AH vuông góc với BC ( H thuộc BC), D là điểm trên cạnh AC sao cho AD=AB. Vẽ DE vuông góc với BC( E thuộc BC). Chứng minh rằng : HA=HE.
GiẢI: VẼ DG vuông góc vối AH (G thuộc AH). Suy ra: DG//BC. Ta có: Góc BAH = góc BCA ( cùng phụ góc B) Mà góc BCA = góc GDA (góc trong cùng phía) Do đó: góc BAH = góc GDA Xét hai tam giác ABH và DAG, ta có: ü góc BAH = góc GDA (chứng minh trên) ü AB=AD ( giả thuyết) ü ABH vuông tại H, và AHG vuông tại G. Nếu học tới các trường hợp bằng nhau của tam giác vuông thì ghi là: Tam giác ABH = tam giác DAG (cạnh huyền góc nhon) Nếu chưa học tới thì ghi: Tam giác ABH = tam giác DAG (góc cạnh góc) Suy ra: AH=DG Lại có: DG=HE (vì EDGH là hình chủ nhật) Vậy AH=HE Sau này nếu có bài khó muốn hỏi thì em có thể vào đây ghi câu hỏi: Đặt câu hỏi . Lưu ý T chuyên Toán – Lý – Hóa nên hỏi một trong 3 môn này sẽ được trả lời nhanh.
Cho tam giac ABC có cosA=5/9 , D thuộc cạnh BC sao cho (ABC) ̂=(DAC) ̂, DA=6, BD=16/3. Tính chu vi tam giác ABC.
Cho tam giac ABC có , D thuộc cạnh BC sao cho , DA=6, . Tính chu vi tam giác ABC. Giải: Xét 2 tam giác ABC và ADC ta có: ü ü chung ð ABC DAC ð Ta cũng có: Mà cos =-cos( ) Nên: cos =-cos => =>AB 2 =AD 2 +BD 2 -2AD.BD.cos => Thay vào biểu thức đồng dạng ở trên ta có: Ta có hệ: =>AC 2 =DC.BC= =40,96 =>AC=6,4 Vậy chu vi tam giác ABC là: AB+AC+BC=9+6,4+9,6=25
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