rohit8865 wrote:

Bunuel wrote:

In the figure above, a circle is inscribed in square ABCD. What is the area of ∆ CDE?

(1) The circle has a radius of length 3.

(2) CDE is isosceles.

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although i get ans A

i have some doubts regarding option B

(2) CDE is isosceles.

can we say then ED=EC

and in that case both EC and ED will meet at point E which is mid of AB?

Experts plz reply...

regards

for statemtn 2 u r right..but u didn't look at more possibilities

its GIVEN CDE is isosceles , BUT the sides which are equal its not given(that u assumed ED=EC)

any 2 sides can be equal. thats y its insufficient

hope it helps