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Sumedha Ghosh Chowdhury
Subject: Math
, asked on 21/10/18
ABCD is a parallelogram, where the bisectors of angle A and angle B meet CD at E. Prove that AB = 2BC.
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Sumedha Ghosh Chowdhury
Subject: Math
, asked on 20/10/18
Prove that bisectors of interior angles of a rectangle form a square, i.e., after proving that all the angles of the quadrilateral enclosed by the bisector is 90
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, prove that all four sides are equal, as the resultant quadrilateral before proving this can also be taken to be a rectangle.
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Divyanshi Rana
Subject: Math
, asked on 17/10/18
Q. ABCD is a llgm, bisectors of angles A and B meet at E which lies on DC. Prove that AB = 2AD.
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Shiv Marandi
Subject: Math
, asked on 9/10/18
the number of sides of two regular polygons are n - 2 and n plus one there interior angles differ by 27 find the number of sides of a polygon
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Yash Sinha
Subject: Math
, asked on 2/10/18
In the given figure ABCD is a parallelogram.Find values of X and y
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Praveen Chandra Yadav
Subject: Math
, asked on 29/9/18
Q11 both parts experts give solUtion
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Praveen Chandra Yadav
Subject: Math
, asked on 29/9/18
Q8 three parts solution experts
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Ayush Chanderia
Subject: Math
, asked on 18/9/18
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Ayush Chanderia
Subject: Math
, asked on 18/9/18
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Ayush Chanderia
Subject: Math
, asked on 18/9/18
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Ayush Chanderia
Subject: Math
, asked on 16/9/18
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Praveen Chandra Yadav
Subject: Math
, asked on 4/9/18
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Om Khatri
Subject: Math
, asked on 3/9/18
Please help 5(3)
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Om Khatri
Subject: Math
, asked on 3/9/18
Figure 7(2) help
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Om Khatri
Subject: Math
, asked on 3/9/18
Find x and y
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^{o}, prove that all four sides are equal, as the resultant quadrilateral before proving this can also be taken to be a rectangle.