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DS-Qudrilateral

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13 Dec 2008, 23:46
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14 Dec 2008, 00:14
vivektripathi wrote:
I got it wrong

It should be C.

another diff. one.
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14 Dec 2008, 01:14
E.
parallelogram = both pairs of opposite sides eual and parallel
1) triangle PQS = triangle QRS , not relate to its definition (quadrilateral PQRS can be parallelogram or not parallelogram such as kite, trapezoid or others) --> not suff
2) QR=RS , nothing mention about opposite side qualification -->not suff

(1) and (2) together are not suff as well (not relate to its definition)
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14 Dec 2008, 07:21
For me both statement does not conclude for a //gm defination.
So for me Ans is E
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14 Dec 2008, 19:46
vivektripathi wrote:
I got it wrong

A
In parallelogram diagonals bisect it in equal areas.
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14 Dec 2008, 21:26
technocrat wrote:
vivektripathi wrote:
I got it wrong

A
In parallelogram diagonals bisect it in equal areas.

I think ans might be E. Not only a parallelogram, even the Trapeziod diagnol also bisect the area of the quadrilateral. For a Parallelogram, we need to know that opposite sides are parallel. And this information is not provided in either of the clues.
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16 Dec 2008, 06:54
I go with C.
From 1 and 2 it should be a square or a rhombus and both of them are parallelograms.
What is OA?
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28 Dec 2008, 13:40
To be able to say that a Q is a P

(1) opposite sides are parallel and equal

(2) opposite angles are equal.

I am not seeing how I can say that PQ=RS and QR=PS.

I got E. What is OA & OE?

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