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In The Given Figure, If AB  CD, Then Find The Value Of X
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What Value Of A Will Make DE  AB In The Figure
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In The Given Figure, DE  BC. Find The Value Of X
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In The Given Figure, DE  BC. If AD = X, DB = X  2, AE = X + 2
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In The Given Figure, If AD/DB = 3/5 And AC = 4.8 Cm
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In Triangle ABC, P And Q Are Points On AB And AC Such That PQ  BC
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In The Given Figure, If Triangle ADB ~ Triangle ADC,
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In The Given Figure, Find The Value Of X, If DEBC
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In The Adjoining Figure, If AD/DC = BE/EC
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In The Given Figure, Triangle OAB ~ Triangle OCD, If AB = 8 Cm
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In The Given Figure, D And E Are Two Points Lying On Side AB
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In The Given Figure, DE  BC. If AD = 3cm, DB = 4cm And AE = 6
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In The Adjoining Figure, PS/SQ = PT/TR And PST = PST
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ABCD Is A Trapezium With AB  DC. E And F Are Two Points On
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In The Given Figure Of âˆ†ABC, DE  AC. If DC  AP, Where Point
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If D And E Are Points On The Respective Sides AB And AC Of
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In âˆ†ABC, Points P And Q Are On CA And CB, Respectively Such That
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It Is Given That âˆ†ABC~âˆ†EDF Such That AB = 5cm, AC = 7cm,
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State Whether The Given Quadrilaterals Are Similar Or Not
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Give Two Examples Of Pair Of Similar And Nonsimilar Figures.
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