Prove that the parallelogram circumscribing a circle is a rhombus?
Asked by | 27th Oct, 2008, 08:52: AM
If the circle is inscribed in a circle then, the necessary condition is that the parallelogram should have all sides equal .
Since the adjacent angles are not 90degree. It is only possible with a rhombus.
Answered by | 3rd Jan, 2009, 12:13: PM
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