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macro commands? it includes some images no commands
@mathslover i can't open this file becoz it's gonna saving & this will make me lost my MB's & my bro has specially said nt to save any file :(
it is of 2 MB dude
Hey what is this? @mathslover there is some file saving? xDD
@uri and to all students viewing this: it is just of 2 MB and i have made this .. please have a look to that
he's saving the very bit he has left.
It will take 20 minutes for me to download this.. So I am waiting for it to be downloaded..
hmn it seems that your net is too slow no problem @waterineyes please see it ..
It took 20 sec to download for me.
Quite appreciative work, @mathslover .Are u a teacher? You proof read it for typos?coz i found one....
you can use .docx or .doc so the file is smaller, mathslover
Yeah I am using Internet Stick..
May be that there are some typos if there are then sorry
2 minutes remaining.. Net is not too slow I think..
40 seconds remaining..
took me literally a split sec to dl it
well i downloaded it @ the end too good :) @mathslover :)
thanks a lot @jiteshmeghwal9 any suggestions? @panlac01 how was it?
I skimmed through it. and it looks a lot better than most of the documents I've seen.
It looks good to me..
thanks @waterineyes @mukushla
Oh! i got it @mathslover :D
But there is mistake also. Hope you will correct that..
yes .. please tell
Example 2 has all the units in meters.. but you have found area in cm^2.. Be careful.. 84 m^2 will come there..
oh yes units matters a lot ... i will correct it now thanks a lot waterineyes
wooh not a big diff. but yes thanks
vry nice @mathslover
one doubt:which is more general "heron's formulka" or 1/2bh?
Of course, 1/2 b h.
so both formula can be used for any triangle??
But if you know what height and base are ..
Yes, but I do prefer using Heron's if you know the side lengths.
without knowing the height
Finding the base and height is tedious in some cases, so...
It depends upon conditions.. if you are given with height and base then 1/2 bh If you are given with sides lengths then Heron's Formula..
Yep, that is what I mentioned.
well waterineyes is right it depends on condition
I am just mentioning what you mentioned.. Ha ha ha.. Afterall you are faster than me..
@ParthKohli why don't you do something like that? :P
Yeah You once gave the tutorial I remembered @mathslover
Hey guys i want to mention one thing : there are 2-3 errors in the ppt, please neglect them .. I will post the correct ppt later. .. sorry for that
I was complimenting mathslover how her demonstration came close to still images. must've been tedious drawing all those Salman Khan has a good video demo on this one also. http://www.khanacademy.org/math/geometry/triangles/v/part-1-of-proof-of-heron-s-formula but this has the most work - http://jwilson.coe.uga.edu/EMT668/EMAT6680.2000/Umberger/MATH7200/HeronFormulaProject/finalproject.html#anchor1209606
*his @panlac01 i am male
my badness HIS!
Lol don't expect much @panlac01
Very nice work @mathslover I appreciate your efforts........
next I am going to call everyone an IT...
:D .. thanks @vishweshshrimali5
the best way
i have a doubt @mathslover is this formula for every type of triangles ?
then why there are other formulas to find the areas of equilateral triangles etc. ?
they are to make the process easy : see the ppt again i had proved the formula for finding the area of an equi. triangle by using heron's formula
yes! thanx for clearing my doubt :)
great job @mathslover! i wonder how much time u invested in making that! there were just some minor typing errors, but all-in-all, it was a great effort. and wow...that was one BIG formula to find the area of quadrilateral using Heron's! :D
:D thanks @Vaidehi09 well it is hobby to make such ppts for the welfare of students :) thanks @mukushla @TuringTest @mattfeury
aka Hero's formula (I read that somewhere)
thanks a lot @sauravshakya
Really good. =D
Gud work. @mathslover
thanks @navpreet and @ajprincess