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# m04 question

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14 Nov 2009, 17:44
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A,B,c & D are 4 pts which form right triangle ABC with height BD. But which angle is right is not known. Is it to be assumed that AC is hypotenuse? If this assumption is not made, the problem 12 can't be solved.
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14 Nov 2009, 17:58
tusharvk wrote:
The question said:
A,B,c & D are 4 pts which form right triangle ABC with height BD. But which angle is right is not known. Is it to be assumed that AC is hypotenuse? If this assumption is not made, the problem 12 can't be solved.

Could you please copy paste the problem here? It is very hard to answer your question without knowing the problem.

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14 Nov 2009, 18:00
The question has already been discussed here:
m04-68703.html
No assumption has to be made here, you can look the discussion in the link above. Please don't create duplicate threads. Make sure you read this thread before posting another question in this forum:
Thanks for cooperation.
tusharvk wrote:
The question said:
A,B,c & D are 4 pts which form right triangle ABC with height BD. But which angle is right is not known. Is it to be assumed that AC is hypotenuse? If this assumption is not made, the problem 12 can't be solved.

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