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waheguru
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its true when you join the midpoints of any quadretral you get a parallellogram
but what if you join the midpoints for a parallogram or a square?????

Broken_Fixer
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have you tried it?

waheguru
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FoolForMath
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>> its true when you join the midpoints of any quadretral you get a parallellogram
Yes.

waheguru
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but for a square i get a square???


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good answer!

FoolForMath
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"square for the square and a parallelogram for the parallelogram"

waheguru
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oh k

waheguru
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so then this rule is false

waheguru
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??

FoolForMath
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I don't understand your question anymore.

waheguru
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so then how is the rule true if we get a square in a square

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a square is a parallelogram

waheguru
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kk