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Find The Area Of A Parallelogram ABCD, If Three Of Its Vertices
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If The Points A (1,  2), B (2, 3), C (3, 2) And D (4,  3)
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Two Vertices Of A Triangle Are (8,  6) And (  4, 6)
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Show That The Points (at Square, 2at),
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If The Vertices Of A Triangle Are (1,  3), (4, P) And (  9, 7)
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Determine The Value Of Lemda Such That The Points
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Find The Value Of K, If The Points A (k + 1, 2k), B (3k, 2k + 3)
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Find The Value Of K, So That The Line Joining (3, 4) And (7, 7)
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If The Points (7,  2), (5, 1) And (3, K) Are Collinear
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Find The Area Of The Quadrilateral Whose Vertices Are Taken In Order Are (  1, 6), (  3,  9)
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Find The Area Of Triange Whose Vertices Are (3, 2)
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Prove That The Points (2,  2), (3, 8) And (1, 4) Are Collinear
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