Subject: Maths, asked on 7/1/18

## AD and BE are respectively the altitudes of triangle ABC with AB=BC.show that AE=BD

Subject: Maths, asked on 4/1/18

## In the following figure, prove that AB+AC>OB+OC

Subject: Maths, asked on 2/1/18

## Plz answer 30th question

Subject: Maths, asked on 2/1/18

## Pls solve Q16

Subject: Maths, asked on 29/12/17

## If in a triangle ABC,AD is the median then what can you say about the two triangles obtained?

Subject: Maths, asked on 27/12/17

## Triangle ABC is isosceles triangles in which AB=AC,Pand Q are points on AB and AC such that AP=AQ. Prove that

Subject: Maths, asked on 26/12/17

## Triangle ABC is isosceles triangles in which AB=AC,Pand Q are points on AB and AC such that AP=AQ. Prove that

Subject: Maths, asked on 19/12/17

## Q). Arrange the sides of ∆ ABC in ascending order of lengths.

Subject: Maths, asked on 16/12/17

## Solve this:

Subject: Maths, asked on 16/12/17

## Solve this: Q.  ABC is a right triangle such that AB = AC and bisector of angle B intersects the side AC at D.       Then,  (A)  AB + AD = CD                                                  (B)  AB + AD = BD + CD   (C) AB + AD = BC                                                    (D)   AB + AD = BD

Subject: Maths, asked on 9/12/17

## Pls help this one Q12. In the given figure, if  PS is the median bisecting ​​​$\angle$P and PQ = PR then find the value of ​$\angle$QPS .

Subject: Maths, asked on 5/12/17

## triangle ABC is a right angled triangle such that Ab=BC. Bisector of angle C intersects AB at D.Prove that AC+AD=BC.

Subject: Maths, asked on 5/12/17

## Briefly solve and explain Q19

Subject: Maths, asked on 4/12/17

## Sir, I want to ask you that why we have to prove things that has already been proven in maths and why are there some questions that a student can't imagine how to prove that??? Please give me some advice that how can i overcome those hard or confusing proving questions!!!

Subject: Maths, asked on 29/11/17

## solve this : In the following figure the side QR of $∆$PQR is produced to a point S. If the bisectors of $\angle$PQR and $\angle$PRS meet at a point T, Then prove that $\angle$QTR = $\angle$QPR.

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