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Pythagoras Theorem

CBSE X Mathematics Introduction to Trigonometry

  1. If  A be the area of a right triangle and x is one of the sides containing right angle .Prove that the length  of altitude on the hypotenuse is 2Ax / √(x^2 +4A^2).

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CBSE X Mathematics Triangles

QQ no 24

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CBSE X Mathematics Triangles

Q no 25

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CBSE IX Mathematics Circles

Please solve question no 11 with proper explanation 

Asked by adityaahuja099 28th November 2017 5:45 PM
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ICSE IX Mathematics Trigonometry

Please solve the encircled sum, not the crossed one:-

Asked by madhupur.suraj 2nd December 2017 4:16 PM
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CBSE X Mathematics Surface Areas and Volumes

what side x of this square?
 

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ICSE X Mathematics Circle: Arc and Cyclic Properties

plz solve

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CBSE IX Mathematics Triangles

Please solve question no. 60

Asked by vikasg13.hardware 29th December 2017 11:28 AM
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ICSE IX Mathematics Pythagoras Theorem

25th ques

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CBSE X Mathematics Triangles

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CBSE X Mathematics Triangles

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CBSE X Mathematics Triangles

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CBSE X Mathematics Triangles

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CBSE X Mathematics Triangles

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CBSE X Mathematics Triangles

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CBSE X Mathematics Triangles

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CBSE X Mathematics Triangles

prove of pythagoras theoram  

Asked by amolshukal.2001 18th January 2018 9:07 AM
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CBSE X Mathematics Triangles

in a right angle triangle pqr at q = 90 ,qm is a median prove that pq square +qr square+pr square = 8 qm square

Asked by sahiljeel2002 11th February 2018 10:21 AM
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CBSE X Mathematics Triangles

In triangle abc angle a is equal to 60degrees prove that bc^2=ab^2+ bc ^2-ab.ac

Asked by vibhu.wwe 14th February 2018 5:15 PM
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CBSE X Mathematics Triangles

In a triangle ABC. AD is perpendicular to BC and 2BD = 3CD. Prove that 5AB^2 = 5AC^2+BC^2  

Asked by sudhanshukkeshri 16th February 2018 6:31 PM
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ICSE X Mathematics

Two circles of radii 5cm and 3cm are concentric. Calculate the length of chord of outter circle that which touches the inner

Asked by Tanishqchhabra15 18th February 2018 9:53 AM
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ICSE X Mathematics

Solution of sample paper important questions 

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ICSE X Mathematics

Q2 c part

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CBSE X Mathematics

  In ABC,mB=90°,AB=7cm and AC-BC=1cm.Determine the values of sinB and cosB.

Asked by sibaramamohanty 2nd March 2018 8:12 AM
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CBSE X Mathematics Triangles

In right angled Triangle ABC if D and E trisect BC then prove that 8 AE2 = 3 AC2 + 5 AD2         

Asked by gpnkumar0 4th March 2018 8:37 PM
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ICSE IX Mathematics Pythagoras Theorem

1)A man travels 7 km due north ,then goes 3km due east and the 3 km due south.how far is he from starting point  

Asked by Sunita 9th March 2018 2:53 PM
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CBSE X Mathematics Triangles

How to proof the pythagoras theorem?

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CBSE X Mathematics Triangles

Please solve this question 

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CBSE X Mathematics Triangles

Please solve this question 

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CBSE VIII Mathematics

How to find Pythagorean triplet if smallest number is 10

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ICSE IX Mathematics

Ols answer me question no. 14,15,16,17  

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CBSE X Mathematics

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ICSE IX Mathematics

In an equilateral triangle, ABC, D is a point  on the side BC such that BD:DC is = 1:3 . Prove that 16 AD^2 = 13 AB^2.

Asked by bsap6777 28th August 2018 9:41 PM
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ICSE IX Mathematics Pythagoras Theorem

In an isoceles triangle  ABC, AB=AC and D is a point BC produced. Prove that  AD^2=AC^2 + BD * CD

Asked by bsap6777 28th August 2018 9:50 PM
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CBSE IX Mathematics

Can you please answer this

Asked by Vikram 2nd September 2018 3:47 PM
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CBSE VIII Mathematics

wheater 6,8 and 10 are pythorean tripet are not  

Asked by siddu098 30th September 2018 10:26 PM
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ICSE IX Mathematics

If the area of an isosceles traingle is 60 cm^2 and the length of each of its equal sides is 13 cm , find its base .

Asked by aadrica.kanika 17th October 2018 6:37 PM
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ICSE VII Mathematics

find the aea of a right triangle whose hypotenuse is 26 cm long and one of the sides containing the right angle measures 10 cm.

Asked by inhindia727 10th November 2018 10:32 AM
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ICSE VII Mathematics

Two poles 30m and 18m high stand upright in the ground if their feet are 5m apart  find distance between them  

Asked by ashishitwarimodi 6th December 2018 7:53 PM
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CBSE VII Mathematics The Triangle and Its Properties

Two poles of heights 6m and 11m stand on a plane ground . If the distance between their feet is 12m find the distance between their tops

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