But how do you construct this? First, notice that the quadrilateral is a kite. Diagonals of a kite bisect each other (**Prove this!)Â **If X is the point of intersection then it is easy to show $\Delta AXB \equiv $\Delta AXD \$ implying BX = XD = 12.

Finally to find the incenter, draw the angle bisector of \( \angle ADC\). Wherever it meets AC, call that point I. It is the incenter (**Prove this too!)Â **To draw the incircle, drop a perpendicular from I to AD and draw a circle taking that perpendicular segment as radius, and I as the center.

(Notice that \( \Delta AXB \) is right angled. Hence \( AX^2 + BX^2 = AB^2 \) or \( AX^2 = 13^2 – 12^2 = 5^2 \) )

Why is that true? Well, there is a simple argument that works for all polygons (in which circles can be inscribed).

However we will describe the special case of this kite:

Drop perpendiculars from incenter I to each of the sides of the kite. Since the incircleÂ **touchesÂ **each side, hence each side is a tangent to the incircle. Hence these perpendicular segments are clearly the radii of the incircle (after this was ourÂ *method of construction*) in the first place. Join ID and IB.

The kite is thus divided into four triangles: red, green, yellow and blue. Notice that area of these triangles are \( \frac{1}{2} \times r \times AB,Â \frac{1}{2} \times r \times BC,Â \frac{1}{2} \times r \times CD,Â \frac{1}{2} \times r \times DA \) respectively.

Adding the areas of the 4 triangles we will get the area of the kite which is: \( \frac{1}{2} \times r \times (AB + BC + CD + DA ) =Â r \times s \)

**Thus the area of the kite is in radius times semiperimeter.** The exact same argument holds for any polygon with inscribable circles.

The semiperimeter is \( \frac{1}{2} \times (13 + 13 + 20 + 20) = 33 \). Hence the area of the kite is 33r.

But we also know that area of the kite is the product of diagonals by 2 (or just separately find out the area of the triangles ABC, ADC and add them).

This gives the area to be \( \frac{1}{2} \times 24 \times 21 = 252 \)

Equating we have 33r = 252 or r ~ 7.6. ItsÂ **closest integer isÂ **8

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