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 Hello sir,

Please solve the following question

 

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Hello Ananya 

Please find the solution

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Hello sir , please solve question 6 and 7 -

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ans 6: 3cm sq. ?

Solution to the Q

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Alternate approach:

In a regular hexagon with side a, the smaller diagonal is √3a and other one is 2a

Now in this question length AC is a smaller diagonal where a=1 

 Therefore AC= √3

and area of sq.= √3*√3=3cm sq

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solution please 

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F79FFB26 2011 4CE4 9328 0601DE555043
5ACB35C8 8070 456B BA14 FD0EA0CE8855

solutions please

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clear

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Sir, why isn't the answer 10925? I got 10900 and 1/4th of the tile with side 1 would cost Rs 25

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Hexagon ABCDEF is inscribed in a circle. The sides AB, CD and EF are each x units in length whereas the sides BC, DE and FA are y units in length. Then the radius of the circle is ?

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In the rectangle ABCD, the perpendicular bisector of AC divides the longer side AB in a ratio 2:1. Then the angle between AC and BD is . 

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