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# In the figure above, if BD=6, what is the area of triangle

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In the figure above, if BD=6, what is the area of triangle ABE?
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04 Aug 2003, 22:03
Curly, I do not see an E. Should it be the center? Is something else mismarked?
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06 Aug 2003, 10:30

I'm going crazy over Geometry, why put me on this earth, I'm from Mars~

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06 Aug 2003, 10:34
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06 Aug 2003, 12:13
VT,
Where did you get the problem? The drawing is not correct. Please use paint and redraw it. Or you can scan and paste. Otherwise, let me know where you saw the problem - I will see the diagram. It is not looking bad at all. Thanks
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