Subject: Maths, asked on 4/4/18

## 4 question of picture: 4. In the adjoining figure, AD is median of $△$ABC, MB and CN are perpendiculars drawn from B and C respectively on AD and AD produced. Prove that BM =CN. Hint .

Subject: Maths, asked on 31/3/18

## I have not got this statement myself. So, kindly Prove this entire statement given in figure with the help of different instance. ( About equialgular triangle that, how two congruent triangle will be equiangular and two equiangular triangles need not to be congruent) Subject: Maths, asked on 22/3/18

## Q. In any triangle , the sum of medians  is greater than what times the perimeter ? Sum of medians $>$ ______ perimeter?

Subject: Maths, asked on 22/3/18

## In triangle ABC we have angle A=100 and angles B=C=40. The side AB is produced to a point D so that B lies between A and D and AD=BC. Find the angle BCD

Subject: Maths, asked on 22/3/18

## In triangle ABC we have angle A=100 and angles B=C=40. The side AB is produced to a point D so that B lies between A and D and AD=AC. Find angle BCD

Subject: Maths, asked on 16/3/18

## In the given figure AB = AC . D is point on AC and E on AB such that AD = ED = EC = BC . prove that angle A : angle B = 1 : 3

Subject: Maths, asked on 16/3/18

## Please solve question 3 Q.3. If $2{\mathrm{sin}}^{2}\theta =\sqrt{3}$, find the value of $\theta$.

Subject: Maths, asked on 14/3/18

## ​​the average of two non-congruent angles of an isosceles triangle is 65. find the value of these two non-congruent angles?

Subject: Maths, asked on 10/3/18

## Diagonal AC and BD of a quadrilateral ABCD intersect each other at O. Prove that 1) AB+BC+CD+DA>AC+BD 2)AB+BC+CD+DA>2(AC+BD)

Subject: Maths, asked on 10/3/18

## 99% fail to answer this one

Subject: Maths, asked on 7/3/18

## Pls give answer quickly.. Prove that angle bisectors of a paralleogram form a rectangle.

Subject: Maths, asked on 6/3/18

## 53) In $△ABC$, AC = BC, S is the circum - centre and

Subject: Maths, asked on 6/3/18

## Pl ans q51 Q.51. The sides of a triangle are 2006 cm, 6002 cm and m cm, where m is a positive integer. Find the number of such possible triangles. (a) 1 (b) 2006 (c) 3996 (d) 4011

Subject: Maths, asked on 6/3/18

## Solve it quickly Q.30. In the given figure, . Show that AD < BC.

Subject: Maths, asked on 5/3/18

## Pls.sove ques 30 in writing and pls do not provide any link

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