Krishna
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Step 1: Understand the given question

GIVEN: A triangle ABC, interior point O.

OD⊥BC , OE⊥AC , and OF⊥AB

Step 2: Join the interior point(O) with the vertices of the triangle (A, B and C)

CONSTRUCTION:

Step 3: According to our requirement we have to select the triangles.

EXPLANATION: Select the triangles of sides AF, BD and CE. Because,

we have prove the sum of the squares of that sides.

TRIANGLES:  OFA, OBD and OCE

Step 4: Apply the Pythagoras theorem to the selected right angle triangles.

EXAMPLE: \triangle OFA

OA^2 = OF^2 + AF^2 ........................(1)

Similaly, OB^2 = OD^2 + BD^2 from   \triangle OBD ......................(2)

OC^2 = OE^2 + EC^2 from   \triangle OCE .......................(3)

Step 5: Add all the equation to prove the required equaion.

OA^2 + OB^2 + OC^2 = OF^2 + AF^2 + OD^2 + BD^2 + OE^2 + EC^2

Arrange this in a particular order

OA^2 + OB^2 + OC^2 - OD^2 - OF^2- OE^2 = AF^2 + BD^2 + EC^2

Hence (i) proved

Step 6: Rewrite the above equation.

EXAMPLE:   OA^2 + OB^2 + OC^2 - OF^2 - OD^2 - OE^2 = AF^2 + BD^2 + EC^2

Rewrite the equation in specific manner, which shows the

Pythagoras formula of the adjacent triangle.

(OA^2 - OE^2) + (OB^2 - OF^2) + (OC^2 - OD^2) = AF^2 + BD^2 + EC^2

Replace the equivalent side of the adjacent triangle.

(AE^2) + (BF^2) + (CD^2) = AF^2 + BD^2 + EC^2

Hence proved