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In Triangle ABC, Right Angled At B, AC + BC = 49 Cm, AB = 7 Cm
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If Cosec A =17, Then Find Tan A  Sec A / Tan A + Sec A
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If Tan Theta = 4/3, Find Sin Theta + Cos Theta/sin Theta  Cos Theta
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In The Given Figure, PA And PB Are Tangents To The Given Circle Such That PA = 5 Cm
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ABCD Is A Quadrilateral Such That Angle D = 90 Degree. A Circle C (O, R) Touches The Sides AB, BC, CD And DA
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In The Given Figure, O Is The Centre Of Two Concentric Circles Of Radius 4 Cm And 6 Cm, Respectively
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In Two Concentric Circles, A Chord Of Length 24 Cm Of Larger Circle Becomes A Tangent
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In The Adjoining Figure, A Circle Touches All The Four Sides Of A Quadrilateral ABCD Whose Three Sides
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In The Given Figure, O Is The Centre Of Two Concentric Circles Of Radius 4 Cm And 5 Cm
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In The Adjoining Figure, An Isosceles Triangle ABC With AB = AC, Circumscribes A Circle
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From An External Point P, Tangents PA And PB Are Drawn To A Circle With Centre O. If CD Is The Tangent
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If AB And BC Are Two Tangents To A Circle With Centre O Such That Angle AOC = 120 Degree
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In The Given Figure, FG Is A Tangent To The Circle With Centre A. If Angle DCB = 15 Degree
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If O Is The Centre Of A Circle, PQ Is A Chord And The Tangent PR At P Makes An Angle
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If PQ Is A Tangent Drawn From A External Point P To A Circle With Centre O And QOR Is A Diameter
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PQ Is A Tangent Drawn From A Point P To A Circle With Centre O And QOR Is A Diameter
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(i) In The Given Figure, Find The Value Of X Degree
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In The Given Figure, PA Is A Tangent From An External Point P To A Circle With Centre O
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In The Given Figure, AT Is A Tangent To The Circle With Centre O Such That OT = 4 Cm
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If The Length Of A Tangent To A Circle From A Point Is 0.5 Cm And Distance Of A Point
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Prove That Opposite Sides Of A Quadrilateral Circumscribing A Circle Subtend Supplementry
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Prove That The Parallelogram Circumscribing A Circle Is A Rhombus
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