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Rupesh Choudhary

4 months ago

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Dhairya srivastava

10 months ago

sir can you provide the ans of the homework que I don't got that

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Mohsin nakade

7 months ago

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Swayam Arunav Sk

10 months ago

No triangle

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Aditya Singh

a year ago

no triangle

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Sachin Rana

a year ago

Yes, correct. Good.

Devdatta Biswas

a year ago

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Sachin Rana

a year ago

It's incorrect.

Devdatta Biswas

a year ago

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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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