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In the fig below, \(\triangle PQR\) is equilateral, \(PQRS\) is a quadrilateral in which \(PQ=PS\). Find angle \(QSR\) in degrees.

Note that the figure is not drawn to scale.

In the figure below, \(AB=BC=CD=DE=EF=FG=GA\)

Note that the figure is not drawn to scale.

Triangle ABC is divided into four parts by straight lines from two of its vertices. The area of the three trangular part are 8 sq units, 5 sq unit, and 10 sq unit. What is the area of the remaining par (in sq units)?

Note that the figure is not drawn to scale.

 May 5, 2020
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Sorry.

 May 5, 2020
edited by HannibalBarca  May 5, 2020
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Please don't be so ungrateful we aren't here to do your homework!!!

 

CPhill will definitely see this question, but it won't help to say "CPhill help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) 

 

 

 

I hope you will understand!

LuckyDucky  May 5, 2020
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Its OK but next time don't do it!

 

Ok :D

SoggyPerson  May 5, 2020
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I'm saying this from experience cuz one time I got in trouble for spamming someone...

SoggyPerson  May 5, 2020
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Yup! As long as you learn from it :D

LuckyDucky  May 5, 2020
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Ok! I thought that I was going to get banned or something. I promise I won't do it again! laugh

HannibalBarca  May 5, 2020
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No of course not silly

LuckyDucky  May 5, 2020
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1)     Quadrilateral  PQRS is an  equilateral quadrilateral  or rhombus.

 

Tringles  PQR and QSP are identical.

 

Angle  QSR = 30°  indecision  

 

2)  In the figure below,  AB=BC=CD=DE=EF=FG=GA

 

What's the question here??? cheeky

 May 5, 2020
edited by Dragan  May 5, 2020

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