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Sahil Raj
Subject: Maths
, asked 3 weeks, 3 days ago
Solve it as much as possible.
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Sahil Raj
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If the square of the hypotenuse of an Isosceles right triangle is 200cm square ,then the length of each side will be.
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Sahil Raj
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Solve it rapidly.
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Zeba Hasin Chowdhury
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Please help me with the following question :)
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Zeba Hasin Chowdhury
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Find the lettered angles in the given figure-
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Zeba Hasin Chowdhury
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Find the lettered angles in the following figure-
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Zeba Hasin Chowdhury
Subject: Maths
, asked on 5/4/21
I am unable to understand this property of lines and angles. Could any expert explain this line please and make it easier for me to understand?
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Aum Choudhary
Subject: Maths
, asked on 26/3/21
Solve both question
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Almighty123404
Subject: Maths
, asked on 20/2/21
In the third picture(c), if we use the converse of intercept theorum(if two transversal make equal intercepts on three lines, where the lines dividing the equal intercepts is parallel to the other two), can we prove that the middle line (EF)is parallel to AB and CD?
[It is given that AB is parallel to CD]
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Almighty123404
Subject: Maths
, asked on 19/2/21
Prove that EF is parallel to AB and CD in part (iii) using intercept theorum?
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Almighty123404
Subject: Maths
, asked on 19/2/21
Prove that third line is parallel by using intercept theorum in part (iii)?
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Almighty123404
Subject: Maths
, asked on 19/2/21
Prove that third line is parallel bupy using intercept theorum in part (iii)?
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Almighty123404
Subject: Maths
, asked on 19/2/21
Prove that EF is parallel to EF, if ABCD is a parallelogram with E and F mid pointe of AB and CD respectively?
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Almighty123404
Subject: Maths
, asked on 18/2/21
If AD, BE and CF are medians of triangle ABC. Prove that:
3(AB^2+ BC^2+ CA^2)= 4(AD^2 +CF^2+ BE^2)?
Please explain how these medians are also altitude if the triangle as it is mentioned only median in question?
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Almighty123404
Subject: Maths
, asked on 18/2/21
If AD, BE and CF are medians of ?ABC,
prove that:
3(AB^2 +BC^2 +AC^2) =4(AD^2 +BE^2 +CF^2)?
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[It is given that AB is parallel to CD]

3(AB^2+ BC^2+ CA^2)= 4(AD^2 +CF^2+ BE^2)?

Please explain how these medians are also altitude if the triangle as it is mentioned only median in question?

prove that:

3(AB^2 +BC^2 +AC^2) =4(AD^2 +BE^2 +CF^2)?