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If you can get the answer right ill give you a medal!!! (Explane how.)

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12.5*8.25/2
medals should not be used to "fish" for answers .... they are meant as a way to express either thanks or to actually choose the response that helps you out the best.

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assuming kite is symmetrical with AC. AC and BD perpendicular to each other you have two triangles ADC and ABC area of each triangle will be 1/2*12.5*8.25/2 area of ADC+ABC=12.5*8.25/2
ar abd +ar bdc=kite
@sahil51993 you did not complete the problem.
whatever
i seen awhile back a very simple explanation that had eluded me for quite some time. the kite, since it is symettric, can form a rectangle.|dw:1336412760950:dw|
I like your drawing. :3
i wish i could give u aa medal...
but id's be taken a medal from another player
a simple thanx is all I require ;) good luck
*Gives medal*
Ty.

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