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AX is the bisector of <BAC p is any point on AX. prove that the perpendicular drawn from Pto AB and AC are equal

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let pb and pc be the perpendiculars to AB and AC.

Since Ax is the angle bisector, angle XAB = XAC

using similar triangles,

pb/pa = pc/pa
so,
pb=pc

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