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30 Sep 2004, 23:39
I think C. I and III only.
Any figure that can be mirrored over its axis, can be inscribed.
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01 Oct 2004, 06:10
I tend to agree with C.
Although i don't have a good explanation for this one..
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01 Oct 2004, 09:06
Yes OA is C..but hardworker indian, can you please explain what you mean by any figure that can be mirrored?? My aesthetic sense is poor that's why my geometry sucks
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01 Oct 2004, 15:02
Sum of opposite angles = 180 degrees implies a cyclic quad. that means one that can be inscribed in a circle.
I am working on linux so unfortunately could only see figure 1 and 2..i is cyclic 2 is not cyclic.
No ideas on what the rest are...could not see them
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