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nilankshi

  • 3 years ago

P and Q are any two points lying on the sides DC and AD respectively of a parallelogram ABCD.show that ar (APB)=ar(BQC)

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  1. nilankshi
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    plxxxx help meee

  2. KatrinaKaif
    • 3 years ago
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    Geometry.. Will Try. No guarantees

  3. nilankshi
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    k k

  4. KatrinaKaif
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    Ar = Angle?

  5. nilankshi
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    yaa

  6. KatrinaKaif
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    Ahh do you have an image for this?? :(

  7. nilankshi
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    |dw:1322477359684:dw|

  8. nilankshi
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    it is rectangle their is no way to draw parallelogram

  9. nilankshi
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    in book it is not mentiond..................

  10. KatrinaKaif
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    Reflexive property.. BC =BC ADC = ABC (opposite angels are congruent) Last one would be SAS.. Ah Nilankshi, its been years since I have done Geometry.. :( I don't remember much of the thms..

  11. nilankshi
    • 3 years ago
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    ok u helped mee for that thxxxxx ;)

  12. KatrinaKaif
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    Anytime =( ♥

  13. nilankshi
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    hmmmm i have to do this qus till 5o clock

  14. nilankshi
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    n it is 4:26

  15. KatrinaKaif
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    Lol! Its 3am here >.< Brain not working = Malfunctioning = No brain for Geo

  16. nilankshi
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    u helped mee kaif.....................

  17. KatrinaKaif
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    No guarantees its right though :( I dont remember Geo much

  18. nilankshi
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    hmmmm

  19. nilankshi
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    come to chat

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