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vishal_kothari Group Title

Suppose the unit square is divided into four parts by two perpen- dicular lines, each parallel to an edge. Show that at least two of the parts have area no larger than 1/4.

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  1. jonh Group Title
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    dont get what you are trying to say but ok ill try lol

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  2. abdul_shabeer Group Title
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    You just draw and see. It wouldn't be possible.

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    It's possible

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  4. abdul_shabeer Group Title
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    No, I meant not more than 2 parts is possible

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    ok

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    Oh Ok...

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    yeah go with order

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  8. abdul_shabeer Group Title
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    @ order it must be divided into four parts.

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    Ah Ok.

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    |dw:1326291578043:dw|

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  11. order Group Title
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    Yup, just about to draw that.

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    It's divided into exactly 4 equal parts, therefore one cannot be more than 1/4

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    |dw:1326291618935:dw|

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  14. order Group Title
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    Didn't think of that....

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  15. abdul_shabeer Group Title
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    Still atleast two parts have area less than 1/4

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  16. order Group Title
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    So, in another question, how would you write this as Shown in a formula?

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