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ABCD is a square with length L units. E is mid point of AB. if square is fixed at point B and rotated anti clockwise 45 degrees, find : vertical distance travelled by point E and also the horizontal distance travelled by point E

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ABCD is a square with length L units. E is mid point of AB. if square is fixed at point B and rotated anti clockwise 45 degrees, find : vertical distance travelled by point E and also the horizontal distance travelled by point E

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When rotated anti clockwise 45 degrees the side makes same angle as that of the diagonal (45).
A isosceles right triangle is obtained whose diagonal is L/2.(E=L/2)
The length of side will give vertical distance
1:1:\sqrt{2} ----->ratio
hence vertical height equals L/2\sqrt{2}

Horizontal distance equals L/2- L/2\sqrt{2}
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