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

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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?
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posted Jun 3, 2022 by Kapil Kapoor

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