# Class 9 FRANK Solutions Maths Chapter 15 - Mid-point and Intercept Theorems

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## Mid-point and Intercept Theorems Exercise Ex. 15.1

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Let us draw a diagonal AC which meets PQ at O as shown below:

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Construction: Draw DS ∥ BF, meeting AC at S.

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## Mid-point and Intercept Theorems Exercise Ex. 15.2

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The figure is as below:

Let ABCD be a quadrilateral where P, Q, R, S are the midpoints of sides AB, BC, CD, DA respectively.

Diagonals AC and BD intersect at right angles at point O. We need to show that PQRS is a rectangle

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Note: This question is incomplete.

According to the information given in the question,

F could be any point on BC as shown below:

So, this makes it impossible to prove that DP = DE, since P too would shift as F shift because P too would be any point on DE as F is.

Note: If we are given F to be the mid-point of BC, the result can be proved.

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From the figure EF ∥ AB and E is the midpoint of BC.

Therefore, F is the midpoint of AC.

Here EF ∥ BD, EF = BD as D is the midpoint of AB.

BE ∥ DF, BE = DF as E is the midpoint of BC.

Therefore BEFD is a parallelogram.

Remark: Figure modified

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