# Solving a right triangle

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What do you mean by S? What is CA1B1? Questions is very unclear.

I am sorry, I had trouble translating the question into English. I meant the ratio area of the triangle CA1B1 / area of the triangle CAB = 3/(13+4√10)

Still the problem doesn't make sense. Carefully review the problem and try to translate it correctly.