Solution - Areas of Similar Triangles



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Prove that the area of the triangle BCE described on one side BC of a square ABCD as base is one half the area of the similar Triangle ACF described on the diagonal AC as base


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Solution for concept: Areas of Similar Triangles. For the course 8th-10th CBSE