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Steve Vishvas Butler
Subject: Math
, asked 2 weeks, 4 days ago
Plz solve this
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Shivi Singh
Subject: Math
, asked 3 weeks, 2 days ago
The orthocentre O of triangle ABC is interior of triangle ABC.If OB=AC and AD=10cm where AD is an altitude then find AB.
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Kaushik
Subject: Math
, asked 4 weeks ago
IF AD, BE AND CF ARE MEDIANS OF ?ABC, PROVE THAT
3(AB^2+BC^2+CA^2) = 4(AD^2+ BE^2+ CF^2)?
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Adeeb Siddique
Subject: Math
, asked on 21/9/20
answer this question please EXPERT.
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Kartik Goyal
Subject: Math
, asked on 15/9/20
1. The side AC of triangle ABC is produced to point E so that CE=1/2 AC.D is the mid point of BC and ED produced meets AB at F.Lines through D and C are drawn parallel to AB which meet AC at point P and EF at point R respectively. Prove that: 3DF=EF and 4CR=AB
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Kartik Goyal
Subject: Math
, asked on 15/9/20
Plz tell q 11
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Akhona
Subject: Math
, asked on 6/9/20
How do I these
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Kartik Goyal
Subject: Math
, asked on 30/8/20
Plz tell q. 14
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Kartik Goyal
Subject: Math
, asked on 27/8/20
1. Two poles of height 6m and 11m stand vertically on a plane ground . If the distance between their feets is 12m; find the distance between their tips.
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Ankita Kundu
Subject: Math
, asked on 22/8/20
In the adjoining figure, in?ABC, O is any point in its interior. Show that
AB+AC is greater than OC +OB
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Ankita Kundu
Subject: Math
, asked on 20/8/20
Can you solve sum no. 7 ?
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Ankita Kundu
Subject: Math
, asked on 19/8/20
Can somebody please solve aum no. 8
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Ankita Kundu
Subject: Math
, asked on 18/8/20
Pls solve the sum given below:
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Bhavika Bodha
Subject: Math
, asked on 18/8/20
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Tanish Bansal
Subject: Math
, asked on 10/8/20
Area of circle= Area of Triangle. Find the base and height of Triangle.
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