Can we prove 'Diagonals bisect each other' using distance formula? If yes, then how? Is section formula the only way to prove the above statement?
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Asked by Gourav Barik | 3rd Mar, 2015, 08:38: PM

Expert Answer:

D i s tan c e space f o r m u l a space g i v e s space o n l y space t h e space d i s tan c e space b e t w e e n space a n y space t w o space p o i n t s. W e space c a n n o t space p r o v e space t h a t space t h e space d i a g o n a l s space b i s e c t space e a c h space o t h e r space u sin g space d i s tan c e space f o r m u l a. T a k i n g space t h e space m i d p o i n t s space o f space t h e space d i a g o n a l s space a n d space c h e c k i n g space w h e t h e r space t h e y space c o i n c i d e space c a n space b e d o n e space b y space s e c t i o n space f o r m u l a space o n l y.

Answered by Vimala Ramamurthy | 5th Mar, 2015, 08:55: AM

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