In trapezoid ABCD, the sides AB and CD are parallel and AB > CD. Point P is in the interior, dividing the trapezoid.....

0 votes

308 views

In trapezoid ABCD, the sides AB and CD are parallel and AB > CD. Point P is in the interior, dividing the trapezoid into 4 triangles with areas CPD = 2, CPB = 3, BPA = 4, APD = 5.
What is AB/CD equal to?

Suppose ABCD is an isosceles trapezoid with bases AB and CD and sides AD and BC such that |CD| > |AB|. Also suppose that |CD| = |AC| and that the altitude of the trapezoid is equal to |AB|

If |AB|/|CD| = a/b where a and b are positive coprime integers, then find a^b?

P is a point inside triangle ABC. Lines are drawn through P parallel to the sides of the triangle. The three resulting triangles with the vertices at P have areas 4, 9, 49 sq units. The area of triangle ABC is

You are given a circle with diameter AB and a point C. You are to construct a perpendicular CD to the diameter AB using only a straight edge (a ruler without markings).