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In the diagram, if EC = 8, ED = 6 and AE = 12 solve for EB.

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the rectangle formed by these chords is equal in area.

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do u know the answer and the reason
EB*AE= CE*DE
its a theorem , that if two chords of a circle intersect each other inside or outside a circle when produced , the rect formed by the 2 segments of the chord is qual to that of the other two segments
these are the answers: 2,4,6,8,
Which rectangles do you mean?
there's no rectangle
4 is the ans. and if you take the sides EB and AE as the sides of a rectangle and CE and DE as the sides of some other rectangle.., then their areas will be same
did u get it ??
yes thank u

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