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# M14#10

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25 Dec 2013, 22:50
Ans is A (ist is sufficient since it provides the height of triangle as 1

if y-2= 1 then y=3 since y=2 for the base the height of the triangle is 1
and if y-2= -1 then y=1 and again, since y=2 for the base the height of the triangle is 1

now one can easily apply the formula for area= 1/2 *base *height
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# M14#10

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