How to prove that a cyclic quadilateral is an isosceles trapezium?
Asked by Debadutta Panda | 21st Jan, 2016, 08:37: AM
An isoscales trapezium is a cyclic quadrilateral.
But a cyclic quadrilateral can not be always an isosceles trapezium.
A cyclic quadrlateral can be a rectangle, parallelogram, square etc. depending upon the given onditions.
If a cyclic quadrilateral is having base angles same, base sides are parallel and opposite sides are of same length. then it is an isosceles trapezium.
Answered by Vijaykumar Wani | 21st Jan, 2016, 03:29: PM
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