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If points X and Y are two distinct points in the coordinate

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09 Sep 2008, 09:48
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If points X and Y are two distinct points in the coordinate plane, which of the following can have more than one possible value?

a) The circunference of a circle with diameter XY
b) The area of a square with diagonal XY
c) The perimeter of a right isosceles triangule with a leg XY
d) The area of a circle with chord XY
e) The area of an equilateral triangle with base XY
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09 Sep 2008, 09:52
HVD1975 wrote:
If points X and Y are two distinct points in the coordinate plane, which of the following can have more than one possible value?

a) The circunference of a circle with diameter XY
b) The area of a square with diagonal XY
c) The perimeter of a right isosceles triangule with a leg XY
d) The area of a circle with chord XY
e) The area of an equilateral triangle with base XY

since for a given length of chord , numerous circles can be drawn.
chord can be diameter or somewhere below or still below ...........
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