I was not able to understand this question, can someone help please? Thank you!

Guest Mar 17, 2020

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oh yey geometry where I can use my faulty intuition

AB//CD

ED//BC

AE//BD

Theorem (in my own words): Two triangles have the same area if they share a base and their height is presumably equal.

Count all the triangles that have base AB that has the other two sides joining on a point lying on line DC

Count all the triangles that have base DB that has the other two sides joining on a point lying on the line EA

Count all the triangles that have the base AD that has the other two sides joining on a point lying on.... oh wait! AD is NOT parrelel to BD. So there is only one triangle for this case.

CalculatorUser Mar 17, 2020