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What was the name of the group formed in London in February 1944 to plan the invasion of Europe under...................

Edward Purcell (1809-1883) who became known as a poet, essayist, translator and letter-writer had his name changed......

Which mountain range crosses North Africa for over 1500 miles from Cape Nun on the Atlantic Coast to Cape Bon...........

Whose Persian translation of several Upanishads is known as the "Sirr-e-Akbar"?

What is the common name for "lentigo"?

What international movement has a pink triangle as its symbol?

In 1996, it was rumoured that which company had influenced the International Olympic Committee to hold the..............

Do we have SDAP layer in NR stand alone UE side?

If in the following image AC is the diameter of the circle where AB = 4cm and BC = 1cm. Find the x?

Let AD=y and DC=z , in triangle ADC 25=y^2 + z^2

in triangle ADB y^2=x^2 + 16

in triangle BDC z^2=x^2 +1

solving we get 25=2x^2 + 17

x=2

Ans: 2 cm

From the center of the circle, draw a radius (len = 2.5cm) to point D. Now you get a right angled triangle with the sides : x cm, 1.5 cm and 2.5 cm. Using Pythogoras, you get x^2 = 2.5^2 - 1.5^2 which gives x = 2 cm.

i have seen the other two answers. therefore another simple solution is as under: if we complete the circle and draw mirror of x, applying one theorem of geometry x*x=4*1 or x=2

X is the geometric mean of 4 and 1. This is the square root of 4x1. X therefore is 2.

Let us consider that the centre of the circle lies between A and Let it be O Then join O and D In the triangle DOB OB =(2.5-1) Do=radius=2.5cm Therefore applying Pythagoras theorem X^2+1.5^2=2.5^2 Solving we get x= 2cm

In a rectangle triangle Base is always half of hight. Thus X will be 2 CMs.

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The figure shows an isosceles triangle with AB = BC. The line DE cuts AC extended at F. If AD=5, CE=3 and EF=8 find DE.

In a Right angle triangle ABC

AB=3,AC=4 & BC=5

at BC,E is middle point and D is altitude AD

Find distance DE=?

it is not a difficult question everyone who know maths ... Can YOU solve it easily ...... solve it in one line...........or in second..........?