Lines and angles GMAT quant preparation e-GMAT

Lines and Angles – Definitions & Properties (Geometry Tutorial)

A 6 minute read

Ancient mathematicians introduced the concept of lines to represent straight objects which had negligible width and depth. Considered as a breadth less length by Euclid, lines form the basis of Euclidean geometry. When two rays(part of a straight line) intersect each other in the same plane, they form an angle. The point of intersection is

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Properties of triangles - Classification of Triangles

Triangles Properties and Types – Angles and Sides

A 6 minute read

In this article, we are going to learn about the simplest form of a polygon, a triangle. All polygons can be divided into triangles, or in other words, they are formed by combining two or more triangles. Thus, understanding the basic properties of triangles and their types is important. Here is an outline of the

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quadrilateral questions and solutions

Quadrilateral questions and solutions

A 10 minute read

Quadrilateral questions have always been a head-scratcher for a lot of candidates taking competitive or standardized exams. The primary reason behind it is learning a concept is easier as compared to applying that concept to solve questions. Therefore, to help you with the application of properties of quadrilaterals we have shared a few quadrilateral questions

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Properties of quadrilaterals and types of quadrilaterals

Properties of Quadrilaterals – Rectangle, Square, Parallelogram, Rhombus, Trapezium

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In Euclidean geometry, a quadrilateral is a four-sided 2D figure whose sum of internal angles is 360°. The word quadrilateral is derived from two Latin words ‘quadri’ and ‘latus’ meaning four and side respectively. Therefore, identifying the properties of quadrilaterals is important when trying to distinguish them from other polygons. So, what are the properties

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Properties of Circle & Circle Formula

Properties of Circle | Circle Formulas – Area and Perimeter

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A circle is a closed shape formed by tracing a point that moves in a plane such that its distance from a given point is constant. The word circle is derived from the Greek word kirkos, meaning hoop or ring. in this article, we cover the important terms related to circles, their properties, and various

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On a scale drawing, a rectangle 1 inch by 1(1/3) inches represents the floor of a room and the indicated scale is 1-inch equals 15 feet. How many square tiles 6 inches on a side will be needed to cover this floor? (1 foot = 12 inches) – OG 2020 Question #100 with Solution

A 1 minute read

Solution Given: Dimensions of the rectangular floor = 1 inch by 1(1/3) inches 1 inch = 15 feet 1 feet = 12 inches   To find: The number of square tiles 6 inches on a side will be needed to cover this floor.   Approach and Working: Dimensions of the rectangle in feet= 1 * 15

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Three-fourths of the area of a rectangular lawn 30 feet wide by 40 feet long is to be enclosed by a rectangular fence. If the enclosure has full width and reduced length rather than full length and reduced width, how much less fence will be needed? – OG 2020 Question #98 with Solution

A 1 minute read

Solution Given In this question, we are given A rectangular lawn is 30 feet wide and 40 feet long. Three-fourth of the area of the lawn is to be enclosed by a rectangular fence.   To Find We need to determine The less amount of fence required, if the enclosure has full width and reduced

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