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Important Questions (Part II)
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In this video we deal with many important questions relating to concurrent lines and many other parts.

Sachin Rana is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Sachin Rana
IIIrd Year UG, IIT Bombay | YouTuber with over 129k subscribers at Sachin Rana [IITB] | Organic Chemistry & Maths Expert.

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sir can you provide the ans of the homework que I don't got that
Sachin Rana
a year ago
Yes, correct. Good.
Sachin Rana
a year ago
It's incorrect.
Devdatta Biswas
a year ago
ANSWER : 0 Sir, is this correct? The triangle can be considered to be in a circle such that AB = diameter = 5 units = base (,say). C lies on the circle. Now, if the diameter is 5 units, radius is 2.5 units. Line from C to the center of the circle, O will be equal to the radius of the circle = 2.5 cm. This will be the height of the triangle with the diameter as the base. Thus, 1/2 x b x h = 6.5 => 1/2 x 5 x h = 6.5 => h = 2.6 units which is more than the length of the radius. So, NO such triangle will be possible.
Devdatta Biswas
a year ago
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