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    what is the amount of x/2r

    Hello everyone,
    Please solve the following QS:
    in the following image EC=FC=DF and ABCD is the squar,
    and we have AB=AD=BC=DC=x, (X is parameter)
    so please say that what is the amount of x/2r ?
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    Last edited by abtia; 02-25-2012 at 04:44 PM.

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    Please note that the true image is the second one as follow:
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    Quote Originally Posted by abtia View Post
    Please note that the true image is the second one as follow:
    1.png
    Please share your work with us, indicating exactly where you are stuck - so that we may know where to begin to help you.
    “... mathematics is only the art of saying the same thing in different words” - B. Russell

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    Actually I dont know how to start and solve it???

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    Quote Originally Posted by abtia View Post
    Actually I dont know how to start and solve it???
    If you cannot even start a problem of geometry - why are you in this class?
    Last edited by Subhotosh Khan; 02-25-2012 at 04:12 PM.
    “... mathematics is only the art of saying the same thing in different words” - B. Russell

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    So in what class should I start it?(I am new in this website)

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    I addition what is [TEX]r[/TEX] supposed to be?
    “A professor is someone who talks in someone else’s sleep”
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    I think you did not read my explanation carefuly because I explain that AB=BC=DC=AD=X
    Furthurmore there are many people in this website that solve problems even those which are too basic without directing them to the classroom help so if sending me to classroom is the only solution that you know please let other who are more generous to solve my problem ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by pka View Post
    I addition what is [TEX]r[/TEX] supposed to be?
    You know I thought that in this website there is another category for questions like this and I asked to know and ask that QS in those category. that is all.Did I answer your QS correctly?
    Last edited by abtia; 02-25-2012 at 04:45 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abtia View Post
    I think you did not read my explanation carefuly because I explain that AB=BC=DC=AD=X
    Please answer my question.
    What is [TEX]r[/TEX] suppose to be?
    What does it stand for?
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