A person wishes to make a 100sqm. rectangular garden. since he has only 30m barbed wire for fencing, he fences only 3 sides letting the house wall act as 4th side. The width of garden could be?

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Hi ! can anyone help me with this ques.

Q. A wire is in the form of circle of radius 35cm. If it is bent into shape of a rhombus, then what is the side of rhombus?

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@varun94 Bhai circle ka circumference= rhombus ka perimeter ,I.e, 2πr=4a

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Plz solve this ....Thanks in advance

QUE:- AD is median in triangle ABC, and G is Centroid. If area of triangle ABC is 90cm square. Find the area of triangle BGD???

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Hi, I need help with approach and how to solve this question : How many triangles can be formed such that the sides are natural numbers and the perimeter is equal to 10?

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@raunak soudhani is there any other approach other than hit n try as we also need to satisfy a+c >b and b+c >a and perimeter given is a bigger value.

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height of equilateral triangle is 5rt3

diagonals of pqrs is (5rt3 X 2)-10 each

area is 1/2 X product of diagonals which entails option 2

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people should give solution and help rather than sitting at home and being selfish... #always helpful.

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The angle between two side of a plot measuring 32mand24m is a right angle .The other side measure 25 each and other three angle are not right angle.The area of a plot is

(1)768

(2)534

(3)684

(4)96.5

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Find the area of a pentagon whose vertices are (-1,0),(5,0),(6,2),(2,5)and(-3,1)?

(1).27.5

(2)28

(3)27

(4)24.5

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option (3) 27

In such cases draw the diagram and then split it into right angle triangles and rectangles

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You could create a quadratic and solve, but simpler to just do trial and error. Either you make 5, 20, 5 or 10, 10, 10 as the 3 sides since 5x20 or 10x10 gives 100.

replyfavorite1it should be 5 not 10 because if we consider 10m as width then the shape of the garden will become a square

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